Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will, reportedly, return to the U.K. to celebrate Christmas with the royal family. Although the Sussexes are yet to confirm this assumption, rumors have it they have now found an ally who will back them up.

Several claims emerge that Camilla Parker Bowles will support Prince Harry and Meghan if they ever decide to return home for a Christmas celebration. This will be the first time the family of four will set foot in Britain, almost two years after the controversial Megxit.

Despite the tension arising between the Sussexes and the royal family, Queen Elizabeth II herself stressed the Duke of Sussex, his wife, and their two kids, Archie and Lilibet, would remain much-loved members of the family. So, if they ever fly to the U.K. in December, it will also be the first time in three years that they will be celebrating the festive season with the royals.

The Monarch will even have the chance to meet her newborn great-granddaughter. Prince Harry and Meghan last celebrated the holiday season in the U.K. in 2018.

Author Katie Nicholl believes Christmas is a good opportunity to heal the family rift, Express noted. Camilla may even back them up amidst the alleged misunderstanding they have with other royals.

The future Queen consort may give them her 100% support, as she is, reportedly, fond of the former actress. Royal author Andrew Morton earlier claimed the Duchess of Cornwall sent codes and signals to show that the royal family had accepted the "Suits" star as one of their own.

She even broke a royal protocol when she held her hands and kissed her goodbye at the celebration of Prince Charles' 70th birthday in 2018. Morton said it was a rare gesture and it showed how quickly they had acknowledged the new member of the royal family and treated her with genuine affection.

Without saying a word, Camilla showed to the world that Meghan was already one of them. The Mirror reported Prince Charles' wife might have understood what Meghan had been through after being in the exact position before.

She, too, was divorced from her first husband, Andrew Parker Bowles, and a non-royal. This might be the reason why she and Meghan seemed to be warm to each other.

They said they had found common ground in their shared interests. They, too, instantly bonded when Prince Harry first introduced Meghan to the royal family.

Morton added Meghan also clicked with Prince Charles over their shared interest in "sustainable organic food, classical music and architecture." Alternatively, she and Camilla both loved fine wine and yoga.