Meghan Markle joins Harry for Boxing Day shoot despite her hatred of bloodsports – News Today

 Meghan Markle is reported to have joined Prince Harry and the Royal Family for a Boxing Day shoot despite having.


 Meghan Markle is reported to have joined Prince Harry and the Royal Family for a Boxing Day shoot despite having been rumoured to be strongly against bloodsports  The former Suits actress, 37, attended the ‘cold cuts’ Boxing Day feast together after her husband, spent the morning bagging pheasants with his dad, Prince Charles, and his brother, Prince William  She was accompanied by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton in an apparent further sign of unity between the royal sisters-in-law after reports of a fued in recent weeks  The gathering took place at Wood Farm, the five-bedroom farmhouse where Prince Philip often spends his time  A Sandringham source told MailOnline : “The men went out as usual for the shoot after a hearty breakfast  “A buffet is laid out of kedgeree, bacon and eggs, cereals and toast to set them up for the day  “It’s cold trudging across the muddy fields so you need plenty of sustenance.”  Traditionally Her Majesty and the royal wives would often be seen following along, picking up pheasants, partridges and ducks  It’s been previously reported that The Queen was often seen wringing the neck of injured birds at shoots however now aged 92, this is no longer a common sight  Meghan stayed inside during the morning session, as Kate Middleton stayed at Anmer Hall, her ten-bedroom house on the estate,with her three children  They were then taken to Wood Farm to be reunited by lunchtime where Meghan travelled in a Range Rover alongside the Queen and Prince Philip, 97  A feast was prepared at Wood Farm of cold meats, hot sausages, soup and salads.  Spirits and tea were also available to warm up the shooters, which this year also included Prince Andrew and his son-in-law Jack Brooksbank  Princess Eugenie accompanied her new husband and the rest for the lunch.  The men continued shooting as Meghan and Kate returned to Sandringham for tea with the Queen and Prince Philip  Prince Harry and Meghan are believed to have left Norfolk last night, and are reported to be intending to spend time with her mother, Doria Ragland  William and Kate, also left as they were expected to spend some time with Kate’s family in Berkshire  Harry has been shooting at Sandringham since he was 12-years-old having been taught by Prince Charles as a youngster  He has killed pheasant, grouse, deer, wild boar and a water buffalo. Read More The Royals at Christmas

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