Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have released their first Christmas card since moving to California, featuring 19-month-old Archie showing off the head of red hair.
The couple plays with their young son in the yard of their $ 14.7 million Montecito home with the dogs Pula and Guy.
The card was posted on Wednesday via Mayhew, the UK animal welfare organization, of which Meghan, 39, is a patron.
It reads: "I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year." The card is a drawing of a picture Meghan's mother Doria took earlier this month.
A spokesman for the couple said: "The original photo of the family was taken by the Duchess' mother at her home earlier this month.
"The small Christmas tree, including the homemade ornaments and other decorations, was chosen by Archie and the tree will be replanted after the holidays."
The card offers a glimpse of the family home and Archie's playhouse.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry released their first Christmas card since moving to LA, featuring 19-month-old Archie showing off the head of red hair
The couple plays with their young son in the yard of their $ 14.7 million Montecito home with the dogs Pula and Guy
Meghan writes on the card: “This year we as a family made donations to various charities for you.
“From a local California organization helping families out of homelessness to two of our UK patronages: one supporting animal and community welfare and the other, a memorial fund for a valued friend who helps raise children educate and fight poverty in Uganda We have recognized your work for all of us. & # 39;
Harry, 36, and Meghan moved to Montecito after moving to Tyler Perry's $ 18 million, 12-bedroom, eight-bathroom home in Beverly Hills after moving from Canada after retiring as senior royals in March.
In November, Meghan wrote for the New York Times about her July miscarriage. "Losing a child means suffering an almost unbearable grief that is experienced by many but that few speak of," she wrote.
Meghan is pictured with the couple's young son, Archie, on his first birthday
The couple, believed to be spending the festive season with Doria, recently announced that they have signed a lucrative podcast deal with Spotify worth up to £ 30 million.
They will be producing and hosting their own shows as part of the newly formed Archewell Audio – starting with a "holiday special" that the couple hope will "elevate audiences around the world".
The deal with Sussexes comes just months after the Royals signed a £ 100m partnership with Netflix and days after Meghan invested in a $ 28-a-pack oat milk superlatte business that was later owned by hers LA neighbor Oprah Winfrey was advertised for free.
Last year, Harry and Meghan's Christmas card showed the couple grinning as Baby Archie stared at the camera lens.
In 2018, the newlyweds sent a black and white picture of their summer wedding at Frogmore House.
Last year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's family Christmas card showed the couple grinning as adorable baby Archie stared at the camera lens (pictured)
In 2018, the newlyweds sent a black and white picture of their summer wedding
The festive black and white card featured the Duke and Duchess of Sussex laughing as they posed in front of a Christmas tree, with Archie's face in the foreground of the picture.
It was shared on social media by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust and read, "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from our family to yours."
In a tweet, the Trust said, “Just share the cutest Christmas card from our President and Vice President, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Merry christmas to you all! & # 39;
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall released their official 2020 Christmas card last week, choosing a candid picture while they relaxed in the Birkhall Gardens.
It shows that the whole family is wearing cozy winter clothes and that the eldest child, Prince George, seven, is sitting next to his father, Prince William.
Pictured: the Cambridge Christmas card. The family will have Christmas alone after the government changed the rules yesterday
Prince Charles, 71, and Camilla, 73, have released their official 2020 Christmas card and picked a candid picture while they were relaxing in the Birkhall Gardens
Five-year-old Princess Charlotte sits on her mother Kate Middleton's lap and wears a Ralph Lauren sweater, while the youngest of the clan, Prince Louis, two, nestles between his parents, both 38 years old.
Prince Charles, 71, and Camilla, 73, spent much of the year at their Scottish residence and decided to have the first lock at their home in Aberdeenshire and return for a summer break.
In her photo, Prince Charles can be seen with his arm around Camilla as they laugh in the gardens.
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