Kensington Palace Breaks Silence After Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle Feud Rumors

Kensington Palace Breaks Silence After Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle Feud Rumors

Kensington Palace Breaks Silence After Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle Feud Rumors

Either way, there's a lot of "reports" and "claims" floating around from random sources and, until it's confirmed, we're choosing to believe that Kate and Meghan are actually pretty good mates tyvm.

Just recently, the Palace announced that Prince Harry and Meghan will move away from Kensington Palace to Windsor.

And Christmas 2018 is set to see Kate and William spend Christmas far away from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

But a spokesman for Kensington Palace said: "This never happened".

Although brief, this unusual statement to the press suggests the royals are growing exhausted of the negative press.

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton pictured here in September.

Kate, 36, is said to have told the former Suits actress, 37: "That's unacceptable, they're my staff and I speak to them".

Another article in the Daily Telegraph dished on Kate being reduced to tears during a dress fitting for Princess Charlotte before Meghan's wedding, allegedly over the way Meghan acted leading up to the wedding, which upset Kate.

The royal source told the Sun Online: "Meghan would be very unwise to get involved in a tit for tat war with Kate or anyone else".

This will mark Markle's second Christmas with the royal family after she was permitted to accompany Harry during the holidays following their engagement in November 2017.

Kate herself also appears to be combatting the suggestion that she and her new sister-in-law aren't getting along.

The two couples will reportedly spend Christmas apart amid "royal rift" rumours.

It comes amid claims the Duchess of Sussex is unpopular with palace staff, with some branding her "dictatorial" and say she emails them instructions as early as 5 a.m.

Apparently, that cottage was a royal gift to Abdul Karim by Queen Victoria, then Empress of India, as a sign of acknowledging his service and showing her affection towards her Indian aide and confidant.

Speaking to Good Housekeeping magazine, Mrs Obama, who is promoting her memoir Becoming, said she thought Markle was in too much of a hurry to do things her way.

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