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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are facing calls to apologize for their decision to spend Christmas away from the Royal Family in the UK. Royal correspondent Michael Cole emphasized that the couple should “say sorry now” to avoid spending the next Christmas alone and distanced from the royals.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex opted to celebrate Christmas in the US with their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, a decision that has prompted calls for them to express regret and reconcile with the Royal Family.

Cole, speaking on GB News, remarked, “Christmas is supposed to be a time for families to come together. Well, obviously the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in faraway California didn’t get the memo because they will not be taking part. And I must spare a word for King Charles. It must be very hurtful for him that he doesn’t see his grandchildren, his grandchildren in California, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet. That is appalling.”

Expressing the sentiment that families should try to come together during the holiday season, Cole suggested that, especially when love is involved, reaching out, making apologies, and demonstrating necessary contrition are essential components of healing familial bonds.

The call for an apology highlights the emotional impact of the decision and emphasizes the importance of familial unity during festive occasions.

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