Prince Harry, 37 and Meghan Markle, 40, welcomed their daughter Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana in June. The couple stepped back from duties within the Royal Family in early 2020.
Meghan and Harry, along with their firstborn child Archie – now two – set up a home in Montecito, California where the couple purchased an £11m mansion.
Their withdrawal from the Royal Family saw them move to the US to pursue a “financially independent” lifestyle.
Following their US move, the family have not returned to the UK as a unit but Prince Harry has made two solo trips – one for Prince Philip’s funeral in April, and one to unveil a commemorative statue of his late mother, Princess Diana, in July.
Halloween is a holiday celebrated on a bigger scale in the US and as it approaches, the Sussexes may choose to get into the spooky spirit by dressing their children up for the occasion.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to have previously attended Halloween parties together in the past.
This year they may choose to mark the holiday with their two young children on a smaller scale than normal due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Sussexes could choose to do pumpkin carving or even don costumes for some neighbourhood trick or treating.
Halloween will be one of the first milestone holidays they celebrate as a family of four.
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Accompanying the image they wrote: “Happy Halloween! ‘Wishing you all a safe and fun Halloween from our family (and our little pumpkin) to yours!’”
At the time, their “little pumpkin” Archie would have been around five months old.
The holiday marked the Sussexes first Halloween as a family of three, and they could choose to celebrate this year with a similar costume for their youngest child.
It comes after reports that Meghan’s sister-in-law Kate, Duchess of Cambridge was previously spotted popping into her local Sainsburys to stock up on Halloween outfits for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The 39-year-old royal was spotted at the supermarket on the Hardwick Industrial Estate, Norfolk in 2019, according to an unearthed report by Mirror.co.uk.
Kate reportedly chatted to some children in the store about what they were going to dress up as for the occasion.
The Duchess used the self-service checkouts to purchase her goods and was followed by a bodyguard.
Another Sainsbury’s shopper, Kathy Whittaker, a mother of four, was quoted after she spotted the Duchess.
Kathy said: “Another shopper said that Kate was in the shop near the clothing and pointed where she was to me. I just couldn’t believe it.”