Prince Harry described Christmas with his fiancee, Meghan Markle, as "fantastic", and talked about spending the day with his niece and niece, Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
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Harry spoke about Markle during his special appearance today as guest editor of the BBC's three-hour radio show, Radio 4.
The show focused on central themes of Harry's charity work: youth empowerment, support for former service members and mental health awareness, and Harry was also asked about Markle, who joined the Real family on Christmas day.
"It was fantastic, he really enjoyed it," said Harry, 33, of Markle, 36. "The family loved having her there."
Markle, a native of Los Angeles, was the first fiancé invited by Queen Elizabeth to celebrate the Christmas holidays with the royal family at Sandringham, the Queen's estate.
Merry Christmas! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and Mrs. Meghan Markle have joined the members of the Royal Family for Morning Service on Christmas Day in Sandringham. pic.twitter.com/6DMRGFPntt
The Duchess of Cambridge did not attend the Christmas services at Sandringham in 2010 when she was still engaged with Prince Guillermo. He spent Christmas with his family before his wedding with William the following year.
Markle and Harry greeted the audience after the service of the royal family on Monday at the church of St. Mary Magdalene. Markle, who seemed a little nervous, could be seen receiving advice from Harry and William when they left the church.
Markle also dominated his first public reverence when Queen Elizabeth left.
"I think we had an amazing time staying with my brother and sister-in-law," Harry said of William and Kate, who have a home, Anmer Hall, near Sandringham. "We were running with the kids and Christmas was fantastic."