Queen Elizabeth II, Markle, royals attend Christmas service

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Asked about how she coped meeting the "in-laws" the prince replied: "It was fantastic, she really enjoyed it".

Ms Anvil described how she was able to grab the royals" attention by screaming like a "fan-girl' and is now hoping the money she makes from it will help pay for 17-year-old daughter Rachel's university fees.

There's speculation the United Kingdom government may ask Harry not to invite Barack Obama in a bid to preserve their rocky relationship with President Trump.

An American couple has taken the opportunity of a packed crowd and heavy media presence to become engaged outside the church at Sandringham, shortly before the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Aside from just having to sit down for a fancy dinner with the Royals, Meghan also had to attend a very public church service with the family.

Harry also said that he is looking forward to 2018 for more than his upcoming "I do's". "I think together, we had an incredible time".

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Markle and her fiance joined the Queen at Sandringham on Christmas Day and the couple were photographed walking with other royal family members to church.

During the radio interview, Prince Harry said they had a "great time" with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and "running around with the kids".

She posted it to Twitter, where is got 12,000 likes. Still, the British government is reportedly concerned that inviting the Obamas to the royal wedding could worsen relations between the USA and the United Kingdom even more.

"I think we've got one of the biggest families that I know of, and every family is complex as well".

When asked how Markle was adapting to his family's traditions, Harry shared, "She's done an absolutely incredible job, she's getting in there and it's the family that I suppose she's never had".

Elizabeth used her annual Christmas message to pay tribute to the way London and Manchester pulled together after extremist attacks earlier this year.