Earlier this year, the couple shocked the world when they announced they would be stepping down as senior members of the Royal Family. They now live in Los Angeles with their son, Archie.
Meghan and Harry stepped away in a bid to have a more private life away from the Firm.
But since leaving, the couple have been accused of various publicity stunts and now, they plan to publish an official family Christmas photograph.
Omid Scobie, author of Finding Freedom, said: “Well one thing we get to indulge in as well at this time of year are royal Christmas cards.
“We’ve got them in, we’re still waiting for the Sussexes’ card, I believe it is on its way.
“We obviously had a real treat last year with that really cute photo of Archie.
“But we’ve had new pictures of the Cambridges and the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall which we’ll talk about shortly.
“But it’s also been a very busy week for royal news, we’ve had huge announcements from the Sussexes.
“From the Duchess of Sussex’s sort of first public business investment to the announcement of a deal with Spotify.”
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The Archewell Audio podcast plans to “highlight stories of hope, compassion from inspirational guests”.
They said the Spotify podcast will become a regular feature in the new year.
Royal families around the world often celebrate Christmas in different ways but many choose to get into the festive spirit by sharing Christmas cards.
Last week, the British Royal Family began sharing their Christmas cards.
Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, shared a heartwarming snap with their young family.
The picture was taken by Matt Porteous in the autumn and showed the family sitting in front of woodblocks.
Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, also shared a picture of themselves in the gardens of their Scottish home in Birkhall.
The caption read: “Here is this year’s official Christmas card from the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
“The photo was taken in the garden of Birkhall, Scotland.”
Queen Elizabeth II also shared an image of her Windsor Castle Christmas tree.