Kensington Palace officially respond to feud rumours between Meghan and Kate

Kensington Palace officially respond to feud rumours between Meghan and Kate

Darren Sullivan
December 8, 2018

Following The Sun's report over the weekend that the Duchess of Cambridge got upset with the former actor over how she spoke to a member of Kate's staff, a Kensington Palace spokesman denied the claim to the British paper.

Royal sources said there was "tension" between the brothers as well, but this was rubbished by Kensington Palace, who said the move was so Meghan could provide space for her mother, Doria Ragland, to visit to hep with the new baby, due April.

William Hanson, a royal etiquette expert, told Heat magazine (via Express) that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex won't parade their child in shorts just like what Prince William and Kate Middleton did with Prince George.

The production will be a comedy and a "Rodgers and Hammerstein"-style show, according to the BBC, and will be an "inspired celebration of Meghan Markle's life to date", the Daily Telegraph reports".

In the 2017 profile for Glamour magazine, Meghan - who is now expecting her first child with her 34-year-old spouse - was tasked with listing the 10 women who "changed her life", and she noted the "Notting Hill" star with being the actress who made her want to follow that career path.

Since her marriage to Prince Harry, Markle has been seen out and about several times in flowy business chic trousers.

Arriving on the Mediterranean island base of Akrotiri, Cyprus, Kate wore a Smythe green blazer and matching light green clutch.

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Before Meghan made her reading she said she and Harry believed it was the ideal reading because "it sums up he spirit of what the Henry van Straubenzee Fund does to empower young children".

And as for the 23-time Grand Slam champion's most succinct piece of advice about giving birth?

"I spent my first few months in the White House mainly worrying about my daughters, making sure they were off to a good start at school and making new friends before I launched into any more ambitious work".

Pants also happen to be a signature piece for Meghan Markle, so perhaps Middleton was inspired by her sister-in-law.

Even while living oceans apart, Serena Williams and Duchess Meghan always find time for their friendship.

'I'm like, "Meghan, stop being so're the pregnant one, aren't you supposed to have hormones, why are you so sweet?" None of these rumours have been confirmed by the royal family.