As Meghan Markle joined Prince Harry, Prince Charles, Prince William and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, for their annual Christmas stroll to church for the festive morning service in Sandringham, the expectant mother carried the Brit designer's multi-use handbag.
It is noted that the discount store The Range, she bought children's books, illustrations, and drawing materials.
The shopper said: "She was so nice, explaining she was just doing a bit of Christmas shopping".
"The British royals still follow the German tradition of opening presents on Christmas Eve", said royal historian, Marlene Koenig "The members of the family who are present at Sandringham exchange gifts, usually not expensive".
Like they have to be jokey, and the cheaper they are the better they are. However, it looks like the Markles have no intention of letting the former actress live her life in peace. The discount retailer, which sells a whole host of home, garden and leisure products, has 160 stores across the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Hundreds of royal fans braved the cold conditions to catch a glimpse of the royals who traditionally spend the Christmas period with the Queen at Sandringham.
The Queen is keeping her grandkids separate this Christmas.
Recently the Duchess has appeared in A-line coats, shouldered jackets and mid-length skirts as she leads the pack for Royal fashion.
Meghan Markle may now be gearing up for Christmas festivities with the royal family, but 20 years ago she was celebrating the holidays a bit differently.
"She [The Queen] was very concerned that it [the Markle situation] was spiraling out of control, which it was", a source told Vanity Fair. "I mean, would you just love to just get something from her at this stage", anchor Piers Morgan asked Thomas, alluding to the rift between the father and daughter.