And after apparent tensions between Harry and his brother William, the Queen is trying to hold the family together.
The news of the Queen's assistance comes after Meghan and Harry released a statement about not spending Christmas at Sandringham with the royal family this year.
In a statement from the Palace on Wednesday, it was revealed that the couple, along with their six-month-old son, Archie, will instead spend Christmas with Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are looking forward to extended family time towards the end of this month. Having spent the last two Christmases at Sandringham, [the couple] will spend the holiday this year, as a new family, with the duchess’ mother, Doria,” the statement reads.
“This decision is in line with precedent set previously by other members of the royal family, and has the support of Her Majesty The Queen.”
Meghan, 38, spent her first Christmas with the royals at their Norfolk residence in 2017, shortly after she and Harry, 35, announced their engagement.
The couple both attended again last year, and were pictured alongside Prince William and Kate Middleton on Christmas Day.
However while the couple say they'd like to spend time with Meghan's family for a change, there's another theory around why they won't spend Archie's first Christmas with the royal family.
Richard Palmer claims that the bold decision engage in a 'privacy war' led to the couple feeling iced out by the royal family, as Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles were particularly vocal about their disapproval.
"There has been no support from within the Royal Family, as far as I can tell, for Harry and Meghan’s confrontational approach to the media," Mr Palmer told the Daily Express.
"They are out on a limb on that."