In one of his latest publications of Prince Harry and Meghan, people were called upon to help the less fortunate at this time of the year. Likewise, the 12 organizations chosen to spread happiness to the needy were announced.
However, in the message they used the word "Holiday," an American terminology.
"We actually call it Christmas and New Year in the UK!" Commented one user. While another, a little more furious, replied "Christmas, Christmas, Christmas, repeat after me … merry Christmas!".
"It's Christmas, please, not" the holiday season, "that's American. We are a Christian country and both have been baptized. I'm glad to celebrate the celebrities of other communities, but right now we celebrate Christmas on December 25, ”said another user.
This year's publications have caught the attention of users because they use American spelling with words such as "organization" (in British English organization) and "programs" (in British English programs are written) on their platform.