The first Christmas of the British royal family with Prince Harry's fiance Meghan Markle (36) was fantastic according to the 33-year-old Royals. "She really enjoyed it and the family loved having her with them," Harry said on BBC radio on Wednesday.
The newlywed couple spent Christmas in the country estate of Queen Elizabeth II (91) in Sandringham, England, and with Harry's brother Prince William and his wife Duchess Kate (both 35) nearby. The two had had special fun while "running around" with Williams children, Prince George (4) and his sister Princess Charlotte (2), Harry said. The coming year will also be fantastic. Harry and Meghan Markle have announced their intention to marry on May 19 in Windsor, west of London.
Prince Harry appeared on Wednesday as a guest host on the BBC radio show "Today," interviewing former US President Barack Obama. To speculation that Obama might be invited to the royal wedding, Harry said evasively, the guest list was not created yet. "Who knows if he's invited or not - I would not want to spoil the surprise," said Harry.
The tabloid "The Sun" had earlier reported, citing government circles, that there was concern in London that an invitation to Obama could upset US President Donald Trump. He has been waiting for months for an appointment for his announced state visit to the Queen in London.