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

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Kate Middleton's family is notoriously tight-lipped when it comes to talking to the press, so it was remarkable when The Telegraph released an exclusive interview on Thursday with Kate's mum Carole, a 63-year-old entrepreneur and mum-of-three.

Reports in the British media over the past week have claimed that the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge are in the middle of a rift. The last time Prince William spent Christmas with his in-laws was in 2016.

She said: "Meghan's style of change is far more elegant, intelligent, modern and worthy but it might not be William and Kate's more traditional way of doing things and it could be this that has created a breaking up of the team rather than any actual tension between the two women".

And it was all because Meghan was not allowed to wear her first choice tiara, when officially becoming the Duchess of Sussex, The Sun reports.

A source told The Sun there was a row about the treatment of staff, denied by Kensington Palace, before Meghan and Harry's wedding in May.

Parents-to-be Harry and Meghan haven't publicly shared their plans for baby Sussex's arrival. "Wills particularly was anxious and felt close enough to Harry to voice his thoughts".

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Finally, Judi revealed the differences between Meghan and Harry's approach, and Kate and William's.

According to MacFarlane, Middleton "already felt put upon in being asked to host Meghan and Harry". Another source reportedly told Vanity Fair that while Kate and Meghan were "very different people" they have "made an effort to get along".

"The fact is simply are they want privacy away from onlookers and paparazzi", one royal watcher said.

RadarOnline.com previously reported that Toubati had resigned her position with Markle, now 37 and pregnant, amid rumours about the new royal's diva ways.

The last time something similar occurred was when Harry and Meghan were first romantically linked and the United Kingdom press had a field day, prompting Kensington Palace to issue a statement defending Meghan on Harry's behalf.

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