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Royal Feud? What Meghan and Kate really did on Christmas day?


Amid reports of heightened tension between Kate and Meghan, a source close to the royals has just revealed what the Duchesses really did on Christmas Day.

What do you think, they did?

Kate and Meghan put on a friendly display as they attended the traditional Christmas church service in Sandringham. The two sister-in-laws were all smiles as they chatted to each other during the morning outing.

But, what happened behind the closed doors?

Even behind closed doors, at Her Majesty’s Sandringham retreat, Harry and William’s wives reportedly put their differences to one side and there was no sign of tension.

An insider told The Sun, that the two even amicably teamed-up during traditional quiz games. The source said:-

“If German and British troops could put their differences to one side to play football during World War I, the feeling was Kate and Meghan could follow suit for Scrabble”.

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“After watching Queen Elizabeth’s speech, the board games were brought out and both women got stuck in. Meghan wasn’t drinking but Kate had a glass of wine or two, and everyone was in great spirits”.

“They were chuckling along together. You wouldn’t really know there was any tension between the two. It was a wonderful day and a wonderful night”.

How did this so called ‘rift’ started between the two royals?

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Speculation of a rift between the two duchesses started when Meghan and Harry announced plans to move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor early next year.

Sources have claimed that Meghan and Kate do not get on, with reports of an incident over little Charlotte’s bridesmaid dress and a clash about royal staff.

The Duchess of Sussex has also faced questions over her behaviour. Some have claimed that she has been nicknamed ‘Duchess Difficult’ by royal aides.