Prince Harry revealed that he and Meghan stayed with Prince William, Kate, Prince George and Princess Charlotte at their home Anmer Hall in Norfolk over Christmas whilst guest editing the BBC Radio 4 Today programme.
This year was Meghan Markle's first Christmas spent with the royal family at Sandringham. Following her engagement to Prince Harry earlier this year, she received the invitation, which broke with royal tradition for not inviting un-married partners to the festive family gathering.
Speaking of how Kate, Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte welcomed Meghan for her first royal Christmas, Prince Harry revealed on the radio, 'the family loved having her there.'
It also appears that Prince George and Princess Charlotte kept Prince Harry and Meghan Markle busy while they were together in Norfolk.
'We had great fun staying with my brother and sister-in-law and running round with the kids' Prince Harry confessed.
Reflecting on Meghan Markle's first ever Christmas with the royal family, Prince Harry revealed to Radio 4 listeners this week that 'it was fantastic' and his wife-to-be 'really enjoyed it.'
Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle also joined Prince William and Kate at the annual royal family Christmas Day church service this year for the first time.
The two couples attended the church service as is tradition with the rest of the royal family, although Prince George and Princess Charlotte were absent from the annual festive service.
However, after the Christmas Day church service, Prince William and Kate revealed that Prince George was 'overjoyed to receive a police car from Santa' on Christmas morning, explaining at Sandringham that there was 'much excitement' when he opened his gift.