Kensington Palace breaks silence on alleged Meghan and Kate feud

The news comes amid speculation of a rift between Meghan and Kate after it was announced the former actress and Harry are moving out.

In a rare move, the palace is speaking out about the supposed feud.

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

It seems like it was only weeks ago that a newly pregnant and glowing Meghan and hubby Harry happily jet off on their first Royal tour in Australia.

It'll be a holly, jolly, royal family Christmas at Sandringham again this year.

Regarding new reports that Kate snapped at Meghan after she allegedly spoke rudely to members of the Duchess of Cambridge's staff, the Palace said, "This never happened".

These included talk that Middleton was left in tears following a dress fitting for her daughter, Princess Charlotte, for Meghan's nuptials.

"Meghan had her heart set on this tiara with emeralds and Prince Harry hit the roof when they were told it was impossible for her to wear it", the source said.

But sources claim the palace put their foot down about making any changes to the 15th century chapel.

"Meghan is a believer in karma and she doesn't want to sit there reading negative online stories and comments about herself", the source explained.

According to reports the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will spend the day with the Middleton family at Bucklebury Manor in Berkshire instead.

The cottage had been a royal gift to Abdul Karim by Queen Victoria, then Empress of India, in recognition of his service and as a sign of her affection towards her Indian aide and confidant.

Another report says there's a royal rift between Prince William and Harry.

Tensions have reportedly been high between Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle lately, but as far as Kensington Palace is concerned... well, move along, folks, because there's nothing to see here!

In her interview with Good Housekeeping magazine, Mrs Obama urged Meghan "to take some time and don't be in a hurry to do anything" before promoting her causes.

  • Marlene Weaver