Kate Middleton Speaks About Meghan Markle's Pregnancy For First Time In Public

30 November, 2018, 05:59 | Author: Norman Carr
  • Among the allegations against Meghan Markle are that she threw her weight around in the run-up to her wedding with Prince Harry

After Meghan's relationship with Harry was first revealed, it was widely reported she relied on Kate for advice and support as she joined the royal family.

"They're doing well, thank you", she said.

And because Kate successfully squashed that non-existent beef, she had some time to talk about her kiddos and gave a much-needed update on Prince Louis.

"They've started all their Christmas songs and Christmas trees are going up and all that".

Kate has said that her favourite things to do with George and Charlotte - and no doubt Louis when he gets older - include running around outside in the garden, baking and hunting for spiders.

Fans of the royal fab four can now breathe a little easier: Kate Middleton may have just subtly put to rest those rumors of an ongoing schism between her and Prince William, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

According to The Sun, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently decided they don't want to live in Kensington Palace next to William and Kate and are instead moving to Frogmore Cottage.

A source revealed to People Magazine that she's "very sweet and very confident - she's always chatting away". Speaking to crowds gathered in Leicester earlier this week, the Duchess of Cambridge described how the fifth in line to the throne is a getting to be a "big boy".

For those who don't know, Frogmore Cottage is situated on the grounds of Windsor Home Park, near Windsor Castle, where Meghan and Harry Wednesday earlier this year.

Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan are set to leave Kensington Palace for a new home in Windsor.

Kate's updates come the same day that multiple sources told The Telegraph that she was left in tears following a bridesmaid dress fitting for Charlotte for Meghan and Harry's royal wedding. Middleton appears to be ditching her understated style to make sure she does not get outshone by Markle's spotlight.

However, others have hinted that there may have been tensions between the two Duchesses ahead of the royal wedding in May.

Although Harry and Markle haven't given a specific reason for their big move, that hasn't stopped the floodgates of speculation from opening.



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