Talented chef Meghan will cook Thanksgiving dinner for Harry, Archie & Doria without any staff, source claims


THE Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Baby Archie could have a low key Thanksgiving this year, with talented chef Meghan taking up the helm in the kitchen. 

It is expected that food-loving mum will do the cooking, and the family will opt to not have any staff present. 

Meghan Markle will reportedly cook a Thanksgiving meal this year without staff present, sources say

Royal writer Katie Nicholl told OK! magazine: Meghan loves being in the kitchen. 

She’s a talented chef and takes great pleasure in bringing people together over a family meal. 

’There won’t be any staff helping her – she’ll definitely be wearing the apron. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly considering spending the American holiday with Meghans mum Doria Ragland in LA.

Some sources say Meghan will be spending the US holiday with mum Doria Ragland, but the palace has not confirmed her plans

Food lover Meghan used to post recipes and write about her love of dining on her now-defunct blog The Tig

The couples Thanksgiving plans have not yet been confirmed, with Buckingham Palace telling Fabulous Digital today they are not commenting on the couples private time. 

The Sussexes are not taking part in a major gathering of the British monarchy next Tuesday, when the Queen will lead her family in welcoming Nato leaders, including US president Donald Trump, to Buckingham Palace for a reception marking 70 years of the alliance.

Meghan, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, are currently taking a six-week break away from royal duties to spend some much-needed time as a family. 

It has already been announced the Sussexes will not spend Christmas Day with the Queen or the Duke of Edinburgh

Kate and William are to spend Christmas with the royal family in Sandringham

If the Californian trip goes ahead, yoga instructor Doria is likely to host Harry and Meghan at her home and the getaway may extend until after Christmas.

Markle, who was born in Los Angeles, is said to be keen to spend the November 28 holiday with her mum, and wants her six-month-old son to grow up aware of his American heritage.

This will be Meghan and Harrys first festive period as parents, and baby Archies first Thanksgiving, after he was born on May 6. 

It has already been announced the Sussexes will not be spending Christmas Day with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at her private Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

The Queen is said to be supportive of Meghan and Harry’s plans and it follows the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s past decision to spend Christmas with Kate’s parents, and not with the Queen.

Food fanatic Meghan used to give recipes and tips on her blog The Tig before she met Harry.

In other royal news, William and Kate will be at Sandringham for Christmas withGeorge, six, Charlotte, four and Louis, one.