Serena Williams tells Meghan Markle to stop being nice


Meantime, Prince Harry stepped out in London solo, attending a performance of the musical stage show Bat Out of Hell. "This is his way of atoning".

Henry, who was a good friend of both Prince William and Harry, passed away in a auto accident 16 years ago in 2002.

Serena Williams said Thursday that her longtime pal, the former Meghan Markle, remains as sweet as ever ― and maybe that should change as she juggles pregnancy and a reportedly tense royal life.

Harry is very friendly with the Obamas and a year ago interviewed former United States president Barack Obama in his role as guest editor of BBC Radio 4's Today programme.

"The brothers" relationship has not really recovered'.

Its chief executive, Lucy Lake, who was with Harry in Zambia, told the Mail she had briefed Meghan privately at Kensington Palace earlier this year about their work in the country, as well as Zimbabwe, Ghana, Tanzania and Malawi.

Even Kate brushed off the feud claims last week, revealing she was extremely excited for her three children to have a little cousin.

Aguero absent from Man City group travelling to Watford
Leicester recorded their first home win in the league since September with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Watford . Crystal Palace ended their eight-game winless league run with a 2-0 success against fellow strugglers Burnley.

Who really knows what the concerns were?

A courtier in the Royal Household added: 'He will brook absolutely no criticism of Meghan - and he is so sensitive he often sees criticism or negativity when there isn't any'.

She also said that Meghan has always been so nice.

"By contrast, Kate Middleton was born into the English middle classes and later was to become a legitimate member of aristocracy".

The meeting between the two powerhouses comes after Michelle offered her "best advice" to the duchess when adjusting to her new life as a royal. But Kate was said to have dealt with the situation at the time so is unlikely to be stewing on it now, unless she has nothing better to think about - besides which the incident was said to have happened before the Royal Wedding for which read point one again - all brides are monsters before their weddings, it does not make them bad sisters in laws or wives.

Wills answered "Oh yes" and Harry joked that the clashes "come so thick and fast", and when asked if they had since been resolved, William told the host "We don't know!"