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By Chrystal Mahan     Dec 22, 2012 in World
London - MSN reports the Queen of England has decided to break family tradition by inviting Duchess Kate's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, to the royal family Christmas celebration at the Sandringham Estate.
According to Inquisitr, this will be a first ever event because non-royals have never been invited to the royal celebration, which includes a black-tie dinner and pheasant shoot. Queen Elizabeth hopes the invite will encourage the pregnant princess to attend. Kate, who has been suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, has been staying with her parents since her release from the hospital.
Kate has also suffered a bout of sadness after the death of nurse, Jacintha Saldanha, after an Australian radio prank went horribly wrong.
Even though Kate Middleton felt well enough to present an award at the London awards show Dec. 16, she won’t know whether she will be attending until the day comes. Her decision will be based on how she feels. If Kate is unable to attend, it is likely Prince William will stay home with her. The Queen hopes that “despite this difficult time” the pair, along with Kate’s parent’s, will be attending.
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