Kensington Palace responds to Kate and Meghan feud rumours

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Kensington Palace spokesperson takes unusual step of addressing the Meghan & Kate 'feud'

Rumours about a rift between Meghan and Kate are getting more and more scandalous. Kate's two young children Prince George and Princess Charlotte also had important roles during the ceremony as they were part of the bridal party.

The reason for her resignation had not been revealed, but it has now been claimed that the 39-year-old "put up with quite a lot".

According to The Sun, the feud between Meghan and Kate can be traced back to when the two couples had a yuletide bust up past year.

Many thought the Obamas would be in attendance at Prince Harry and Meghan's royal wedding, since Harry enjoys a close relationship with the former President and his wife.

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Prince Charles tried to help ease the tension by engineering an invitation to Anmer Hall - William and Kate's country home near Sandringham in a deliberate bid to bring the couples together.

The news outlet had actually included an insider quote that claimed the Duchesses had an "explosive row" right before Harry and Meghan's wedding back in May.

A senior royal aide told The Sun last Christmas that Meghan had been "downright rude".

Meghan complained to Harry about the same and he took her side, obviously.

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The source explained: "Her and Kate fell out when she b******ed Kate's staff". Robert Jobson claimed that even Prince Harry once told a staff member, "What Meghan wants, she gets".

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.

The birth of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first child is a few months away yet, but already there's plenty of speculation as to where the little one will make their entrance into the world.

Speaking to Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl, a source said: 'Meghan is a believer in karma and she doesn't want to sit there reading negative online stories and comments about herself.

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