Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been living in the United States for over six months now. Their success in exiting the British Royal firm has gathered much controversy but looking at how things are working out for the couple; it might be one of their best decisions yet.

This has also led to many rumors that Meghan, Harry and the Royal family are in a bit of a pickle. Royal experts have reported that there is a massive rift between the Sussex Camp and the family since 'Megxit.'

Royal biographer Sean Smith recently published his book ‘Meghan Misunderstood,’ wherein he writes that the royal couple, despite the reports, is actually in constant contact with the Queen.

Apparently, the 94-year-old monarch is missing his great-grandchild Archie Harrison, who is thousands of miles away from London.

“I presume they [the royal family] have Zoom calls, and she [Meghan] participates in them. Particularly with the Queen, I understand, showing how much Archie has grown this week,” Smith told Fabulous.

Smith also claims that he believes that it is likely that Meghan and Prince Harry are not in contact with Prince William and his family.

The two royal brothers have drifted apart from each other ever since late 2018. This was subtly confirmed by Prince Harry during an interview for ITV’s documentary.

Although tabloids are reporting that a possible reunion between Harry and William are up in the air, it is most likely going to be next year.

Some royal members are allegedly keeping in touch with Harry and Meghan through zoom calls, with Prince Harry reaching out to his father during his 72nd birthday.

Prince Harry was criticized for not publicly greeting his father, but it has been exposed that both Harry and Meghan chose to do it in private through a zoom call.

Continuous speculations of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Christmas plans have been playing out in the past month.

According to source, the royal pair have no plans of returning to the UK to celebrate Christmas with the royal family. Instead, they plan to spend their winter holidays in their brand new home in sunshine state, California.

This will be the couple’s first time celebrating Christmas in their brand new $14.7 million home. In the past year, they opted out from the Royal Family Christmas tradition and, in its place, went to Canada to celebrate.

There are no new updates on when the Sussex’s will return to the UK to reunite with the royal family.