In the last publication
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan, announced that 12 organizations would follow and support during the next month. But in the message they used the expression "holiday", an American terminology.
We actually call it Christmas and New Year in the United Kingdom! "one user replied. While another, a little more furious, commented:" Christmas, Christmas, Christmas! Repeat after me … happy … 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.
In this year's publications, American spelling with words like "organization" (in British English is written organization) and "programs" (in British English is written programs) appeared on its online royalty platform.
Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, are currently on a six-week break from their royal duties. They would meet in Los Angeles, along with Meghan's mother, Doria Rogland.