The holiday will no doubt be extra special as it is Harry and Meghan's first as newlyweds and last before welcoming their first child together in the spring of 2019.
The royal women have been the subject of a series of media reports claiming there is a rift between the two duchesses.
Officials said on Saturday that Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, will move from Kensington Palace in central London to Frogmore Cottage, a house on the grounds of Windsor Estate, early next year.
"Wills particularly was anxious and felt close enough to Harry to voice his thoughts".
"I have two other children and grandchildren and my job, and I lead a lot of my life round here, where I've lived for years and people knew me before Catherine's...impact", she shared.
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Despite the questions, US President Donald Trump was in an ebullient mood, promising benefits to US farmers and vehicle companies. Tariffs remain in place, but the tit-for-tat will pause to see if there is any genuine room for compromise.
Although Kate appeared amiable toward her new sister-in-law during a recent outing-at which she gushed about Meghan's pregnancy-rumours have nevertheless persisted that the pair are at odds.
However, other Royal watchers have suggested the real reason for the move away from Kensington is that the couple want more privacy with their baby due.
If you didn't love Meghan Markle's way of breaking a few royal traditions enough already, this one should convince you.
"So my biggest pieces of advice would be to take some time and don't be in a hurry to do anything", she told Good Housekeeping. 'When sis sees the ghost of Ann Boleyn walking the tower with her head in her hands, will she demand Ghosbusters?
In 2008, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, was at a royal engagement when he was gifted a game of Monopoly, however he had to decline the gift and said he can't play it in his family "because it gets too vicious".
A close friend of Mr Markle told the Daily Express: "Thomas is of the opinion, 'What's next?"