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  • Unfortunately, rumor has it that Queen Elizabeth is not pleased with the "hasty" decision.

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    Is seems as though the 91-year-old monarch doesn't approve of Kate and Will's choice of godparent for her newest great-grandchild, because Harry and Meghan haven't made it to the altar yet. The Duchess of Cambridge is apparently confused by the queen's objection, as "it's entirely sentimental."
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  • At this point though, we're used to exceptions being made to make Meghan feel like part of the family already.

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    After all, she did spend Christmas Day with the royal family, which was unheard of just a few short years ago. Kate Middleton was not permitted to spend the holiday with her intended's family until after her 2011 royal wedding. 

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    Prince Harry and Meghan even stayed at Will and Kate's country home, Anmer Hall, on Christmas Eve, in order to be part of Prince George and Princess Charlotte's Christmas morning. When you think about it, how could they choose anyone else to be the new baby's godmother?

  • Plus it will be good practice for when Harry and Meghan have their own kids.

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    Harry has said that he and Meghan plan to start their family "soon." We're not sure how soon that means exactly, but given the whirlwind nature of their relationship, we won't be surprised to hear an announcement before the year is out.