“As long as the Netflix, Hallmark, Spotify or whatever crew they’ve got for whatever grift they are doing that week – as long as they stay outside in the car, I don’t see why it would go wrong at all.”
Mr Foufas added: “I’m sorry, they should sign a non-disclosure agreement so they are legally bound to shut up.”
Speculation has been swirling over whether such an invitation would be offered to Meghan and Harry after it was reported that the couple spoke to King Charles on his 75th birthday in what some have seen as a potential olive branch that could lead to reconciliation.
Speaking of a Christmas visit, one source close to the Sussexes told The Times: “I can’t imagine [they] would decline an invitation to spend time with His Majesty.”
Still, it’s unclear if such an invitation would be offered for the holidays amid concerns that the couple could leak private conversations to the media.
Daily Mail Diary editor Richard Eden questioned how the UK media was able to obtain the details of the private birthday conversation between the Sussexes and King Charles so quickly.
He wrote for the publication: “How did the BBC know ahead of time that Prince Harry would ring his father? And how, afterward, did the Daily Telegraph discover the contents of a conversation to which few others can have been privy?”
Eden added: “The fact that details of a private conversation were published so quickly might serve as a warning ahead of any possible future invitations.”