Speculation mounts that Meghan Markle's mum will move to UK

Doria Ragland got to know the royals including Prince Charles and Camilla at Meghan and Harry's wedding in May

Doria Ragland got to know the royals including Prince Charles and Camilla at Meghan and Harry's wedding in May

Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly invited Doria Ragland over to Great Britain for Christmas.

While Kate's familu have joined the royal for mass on Christmas morning, they have stayed at Anmer Hall.

When it came to the fashion on her royal tour with Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex saved the best for last.

She reportedly said she was "head over heels" with pride as Meghan helped prepare lunch for guests.

When the royal baby news was revealed in October, the grandmother-to-be was said to be "very happy about the lovely news" and looking forward "to welcoming her first grandchild", according to a statement from Kensington Palace.

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As a new senior member of the royal family, Meghan, along with her husband and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, would not usually be expected to vote.

The invitation would would break with royal precedent.

"It's a mark of the Queen's respect for Meghan and an acknowledgment that she doesn't have any other relations in this country - unlike Kate who has the support of a very close family", a source tells the United Kingdom outlet.

As Harry shared in their November engagement interview, "I'd been seeing her for a period of time when I literally didn't tell anybody at all. They speak on the phone pretty much every day and they are talking about Doria getting a place in the U.K.so that she can spend part of the year over here". The 37-year-old mum-to-be also posted a lengthy article in 2016 about voting, which was uploaded on her now closed-down blog, The Tig.

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