A Look Back at All the Christmas Cards of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and Their Family Alone Till This Year

Published 12/21/2023, 3:39 AM EST

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The holiday season is a time of joy. But it is also an opportunity for royal enthusiasts to unwrap the exquisite Christmas cards the royal family shares with the world. For over one decade, this has been their tradition of sending holiday greetings to well-wishers. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also joined in this celebratory practice since they first announced their engagement. Year after year, the beloved couple has delighted people with heartfelt and visually stunning cards.

With Christmas day approaching fast, it only feels right to revisit the enchanting cards the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared through the years, along with the latest one.

Christmas Cards from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have captured the hearts of their fans with their fairytale story. But Christmas cards give a special chance to fans to slide into their family life. So here are all the beautiful moments they have shared till now.

2018

Their love story was fresh! The first Christmas card featured a picture of the newlyweds watching the fireworks. Despite the happiness that had painted their lives, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle opted for a monochromatic picture and opted for a classy theme for their first-ever joint royal Christmas card.

 

2019

Holiday cheer with baby Sussex! This year, the card showcased a cheerful photo of the family. In a festive onesie, Archie sat between his parents, exuding holiday joy and wearing a smile. The image reflected the excitement of their first Christmas as a family of three.

 

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2020

Stepping away from their royal duties and portraits, the couple shared a candid snap from their backyard. They seemed relaxed and cheerful, enjoying their time with their baby, Archie, who sat between them giggling.

However, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made way for some special guests in their 2020 Christmas card: their dogs. Named Guy and Pula, the two pups amplified the joy shared by the Sussexes through the Christmas card.

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2021

Welcoming Lilibet! This year, the couple announced the birth of their daughter. Arguably one of the most popular and heartwarming, the 2021 Sussex Christmas card featured a toddler Archie and Lilibet playing in the couple’s arms alongside an awe-inducing caption. They shared the photo through their Archewell Foundation website, which has been constantly thriving.

2022

Last year, instead of a family portrait, the card featured a black-and-white snap of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award Gala in New York City. Also, the card’s message highlighted the work of the Archewell Foundation.

2023

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This holiday season also the pair shared their picture without kids, applauding at the Invictus Games. They sent virtual greetings to people via mail paired with a message advocating for environmental safety.

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These Christmas cards serve as a reminder of their journey: from young love and new beginnings to a growing family and their dedication to social impact. While family photos must be missed by some, their decision to showcase their philanthropy speaks volumes about their priorities and values.

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What do you think about their Christmas Cards? Drop your comments below!

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