Kate Furious With Meghan, Following Incident With Household Staff

Kate Furious With Meghan, Following Incident With Household Staff

An impeccable royal source revealed the latest clash also happened before Meghan and Harry's Royal Wedding in May.

Due to the incident, Prince William and Middleton might skip spending Christmas with the royals.

Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl reports the expectant mum might not welcome her child in the Lindo maternity wing of London's St Mary's hospital, where the Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Diana and Princess Anne had their children.

A recent story by The Sun claims that before Meghan and Prince Harry's May wedding, the Duchess of Cambridge told Meghan not to berate members of her team at Kensington Palace, saying, "That's unacceptable, they're my staff and I speak to them".

Despite the royal drama, Fergie was thrilled to be there on Prince Harry's big day and couldn't help but feel overwhelmed with joy as she thought of how Princess Diana would have reacted to Harry's new wife.

Well-placed royal sources have previously insisted there has been no major falling out between the two couples but confirmed that the two duchesses do not get on particularly well and there have been some tensions behind the scenes. According to Royal sources, that argument with Meghan left Kate in tears.

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They also claimed Harry "felt William wasn't rolling out the red carpet for Meghan".

However, as Nicholl points out, as this is Meghan's first child doctors are likely to encourage her to give birth in a hospital.

Meanwhile, Meghan Markle's father has reported condemned the the "cruel and heartless" attacks on his pregnant daughter by blaming British "snobs".

A close friend of Mr Markle told the Daily Express: "Thomas is of the opinion, 'What's next?"

Meghan won over the hearts of the nation as she carried out a demanding 16-day overseas tour around Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand in October.

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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