It appears that Harry and Meghan won't make it back to the United Kingdom until after the New Year.
It featured a black-and-white picture from their royal wedding in May 2018.
Minor royals included Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and Lord Freddie Windsor and his wife, actress Sophie Winkleman. This feature is understood to have been in place since the launch of their account and it may be to prevent leaks similar to the Cambridge family's Christmas card yesterday, MailOnline has claimed.
While the Queen had apparently already been informed by Meghan and Harry that the duo would not be in attendance, there were "some royal officials" who still held out hope that the couple would make an appearance, according to the Daily Mail.
A source told E!
The royal couple, who are now on a six-week break from royal duties, recently disabled the facility which allowed fans to tag them in photographs they snapped of them.
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The insider said: "Harry and Meghan are said to want [to] ensure that some of their Christmas card images reflect that Doria is very much part of their family and of Archie's upbringing".
The couple admitted they were struggling with the pressures of royal life in a documentary filmed during their recent Africa tour.
There stays a query mark hanging over the place the couple and Archie will spend Christmas, after it was confirmed they won't be at Sandringham with the Queen.
"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are looking forward to extended family time towards the end of this month", the statement read.
It may also be an attempt to maintain privacy on their six-week break from royal duties, during which it is believed they have travelled to America to spend time with Meghan's mother Doria Ragland. He said, "Tiaras are worn by members of the royal family at weddings, state banquets, and other white tie events".