Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton to celebrate Christmas together with Queen Elizabeth


The Daily Mail - the holy grail of British drama - published another juicy piece claiming that Meghan Markle's west-coast style work ethic is rubbing everyone the wrong way at Kensington Palace.

Cape Town - Amid royal family feud rumours, sisters-in-law Meghan and Kate will unite for the festive season.

In one of the most recent stories regarding the so-called feud, United Kingdom newspaper the Sun reported a royal source telling them that Meghan and Kate had a tiff ahead of the former's royal wedding in May.

But shortly after the tabloid reports emerged, Kensington Palace shut down the claims, and told The Mirror: "This never happened".

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

Prince Harry and Meghan are gearing up for a move to Windsor, where they will make Frogmore Cottage their first family home ahead of the spring arrival of their first child.

Rumours of a royal rift are escalating as it is alleged the Cambridges and the Sussexes will spend Christmas apart this year.

A new day, a new headline about Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton's tension at Kensington Palace.

One recent story claimed Kate was "left in tears" after Princess Charlotte's fitting for Harry and Meghan's wedding, and a People source insists this one is true.

"He took her side, while William defended Kate, who was five months pregnant with Louis and certainly didn't want this sort of confrontation" the source said.

The mother-of-two went on to suggest Meghan focuses her royal duties on things she is most passionate about.

Michelle believes that Meghan's new royal status will enable her to fulfil her passions.

The birth date is still a secret, but it's been widely reported by local and worldwide media that Markle was 15 weeks pregnant when she and Harry carried out their Commonwealth tour last month.

Right before Christmas past year, Harry had apparently accused Kate and William of not being welcoming enough to Meghan.

"Like me, Meghan probably never dreamt that she'd have a life like this", Mrs Obama told Good Housekeeping magazine.