Prince William won't be attending Trump's visit either, as it falls amid his four-day solo tour of the Middle East.
Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, have paid tribute to 12 charities that are crucial in providing aid during the winter, in honour of the "12 Days of Christmas". "It is an important time of the year to help those around them who may be less fortunate or would appreciate even the smallest act of kindness".
"We have selected twelve organisations caring for those in need - especially at this time of year", the message continued.
'There are, fortuitously, so many organisations across the world doing accurate on world and grassroots ranges, many of which could well be no longer on Instagram.
"We would love to hear about the ones that inspire you - so please tell us and add your country's flag!"
Centre's website says they are "dedicated to providing support to some of the most marginalised individuals in Toronto's downtown core".
Nevertheless, diversified stories claimed that the family could perchance also simply occupy spent Thanksgiving within the United Kingdom, with Meghan volunteering at a homeless refuge come her Windsor dwelling.
Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, also paid tribute to California based charity Los Angeles Mission, Scottish charity Social Bite, the St. Felix Centre in Toronto, Lifewise in New Zealand, and Shelter in the United Kingdom, which all aim to end homelessness. But it seems Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38 had the full support of the royal family when they chose to enjoy the festivities stateside.
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It was recently announced that Harry and Meghan would be taking six-weeks off from royal duties to spend time together in the USA with the Duchess' mother Doria Ragland, as a family.
This Christmas is Meghan and Harry's first with their son Archie, who was born in May.
Harry is said to be looking forward to celebrating Archie's first Christmas with the Markle, Duchess of Sussex, 38.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex previously announced they are skipping the annual holiday festivities at Sandringham - including their public walk to church on Christmas morning - with Queen Elizabeth and the rest of the royal family.
Just ahead of that visit, Trump referred to Meghan as "nasty," in an interview with the United Kingdom tabloid newspaper The Sun after learning that she had criticized him in a 2016 interview before his election-and before the marriage that would make her a member of the British royal family.
They said: "Wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours".