Meghan Markle's mom Doria Ragland could be spending Christmas at Sandringham

However, there is one person close to the Duchess of Sussex that will be on the receiving end of the Queen's generosity.

However, LA-born Meghan knows the importance of using her vote, and only last week gave a powerful speech about women's right to do so while in New Zealand ahead of the U.S. elections on Tuesday.

Now that she's in London, Harry will spend all of his free time with her: go to the bar with friends as before will not work.

Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, memorably broke protocol previous year by inviting Meghan as the first fiancée to attend Christmas with the royal family before her wedding to Harry in May.

Prior to becoming a British Royal, the Suits alum had been vocal about the necessity to vote, speaking out about its importance in a November 2016 post on her former lifestyle blog, The Tig, titled "Because You Must".

At this point the, Royal family's love for both Meghan and her mom has been well documented and Prince Charles has reportedly gone so far as to call Meghan the best thing to ever happen to Harry and doted all over Doria doing the couple's wedding reception this past spring. Family members prisoedenilas Middleton to the Royal family for a morning Christmas service in Sandringham Church.

American social worker Doria was the only member of Meghan's family in attendance at her and Harry's wedding after Thomas Markle (74) was unable to walk his daughter down the aisle due to health reasons, The Sun reports.

The invite is unprecedented as the Queen has never invited the family of an in-law to spend time at her country home, not even Kate's parents.

Meghan and Harry recently wrapped up their memorable first official royal tour together in New Zealand.

But it seems like Doria might permanently move to the United Kingdom, so she can be closer to her daughter and unborn baby.

Vanessa Coleman