Kate Middleton & Meghan Markle Are Spending Christmas Together


According to that report, Meghan and Kate allegedly had an argument after Meghan was rude to and "berated" Kate's staff.

However, though another rumour goes that Kensington Palace is desperately hunting for the mole who has leaked all manner of information to the press, the palace has issued a rare yet pithy denial.

Meghan Markle is being blamed for Prince Harry and Kate Middleton's alleged rift despite previously being so close to each other.

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

Meghan and Harry are known to be close to the Obamas, and regularly interact with them during special events.

Since the two couples do not want to repeat the same experience again this time, they have made a decision to spend Christmas apart from each, according to reports in a British tabloid.

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William and Kate reportedly spent a "ghastly" Christmas with Meghan and Harry past year where Meghan was apparently "rude" to a member of staff. Recent headlines have painted a negative picture of the sisters-in-law after it was reported that Kate was left in tears ahead of Meghan's wedding.

It comes amid speculation about where the two royal brothers would celebrate the festive season following rumours of a strained relationship between Meghan and Kate. But now, Kensington Palace is weighing in.

Countless scandalous reports stream out of the media-sphere claiming the Royal women are fighting. This is said to have "escalated rapidly after Meghan complained to Harry that she had been "told off".

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. This will mark Duchess Meghan's second holiday season with the Royal Family (her first as an official royal!) and someone special may be crossing the pond to join them.

"So my biggest piece of advice would be to take some time and don't be in a hurry to do anything", the 54-year-old told the publication.