#MyPalaceSource Is Meghan Markle's Fans Way Of Calling Out Haters

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When asked for comment on the allegation that the whole tense almost year-long argument between the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex began when Meghan spoke rudely to one of Kate's staff and Kate had a go at her for it, Kensington Palace simply told The Sun: 'This never happened'.

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.

The young prince is then said to have given his ex a "thunderous look" and told her "I can't believe you just said that" under his breath.

United Kingdom tabloids claimed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were planning to skip Christmas with the royals to spend it with Catherine's parents in Berkshire instead.

The Palace was forced to act following a report from United Kingdom newspaper The Sun, which pitted the two women against each other, claiming Kate chastised Meghan after she "spoke rudely" to royal staff.

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"Wills particularly was anxious and felt close enough to Harry to voice his thoughts".

The couple will join Meghan and Harry, the Queen and other members of the Royal family at the Norfolk retreat.

"I have two other children and grandchildren and my job, and I lead a lot of my life round here, where I've lived for years and people knew me before Catherine's...impact", she shared.

Sarah said that Prince William and Prince Harry are a credit to their mom.

The sisters-in-law have hit headlines over the past week, as many reports having emerged claiming that the pair do not get along.

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But Harry was reportedly offended by William's comments and stood up for his wife-to-be. "Doria will be involved and if she's involved she will be encouraging Meg to go for a natural birth".

There has been much speculation about where the two royal couples will celebrate the festive season following continuing rumours of a strained relationship between Meghan and Kate.

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