Meghan and Kate to unite for Christmas

Meghan and Kate to unite for Christmas

Meghan and Kate to unite for Christmas

In royal biographer Robert Jobson's book Charles at 70: Thoughts, Hopes and Dreams, he claimed that before the wedding, Prince Harry, 34, raised his voice and yelled, "What Meghan wants, she gets!"

Speaking in the January issue of Good Housekeeping the former first lady spoke about how she can relate to Meghan, who married Prince Harry in May, and how the pressure can sometimes feel a lot.

Sources say that Kensington Palace has now launched a search to find out who the "mole" that is feeding these stories to the media might be.

But it is understood that both couples will spend the Christmas period with Her Majesty on the Norfolk estate.

It's easy to wonder why the palace would comment on a news story - doesn't a denial just make the original story seem so much more valid?

Rumours of a family feud spread after it was announced that Harry and Meghan would be moving to Frogmore House in the new year, in preparation for the arrival of their first child.

The heritage cottage, which has been a favourite royal retreat for many years, will undergo a multi-million-pound refit for the new family.

The queen also reportedly asked why Meghan would need a veil given this would be her second wedding.

Elizabeth reportedly invited Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, to join in the royal holiday festivities.

William and Kate reportedly spent a "ghastly" Christmas with Meghan and Harry previous year where Meghan was apparently "rude" to a member of staff.

And while planning her wedding to the Duke of Sussex, Markle reportedly turned into a bridezilla and made everyone's life even more hard. This could be the ideal trial for the Los Angeles native, who is reportedly gearing up to make the move to London to be closer to her first grandchild, due next spring.

Other reports claim Prince Harry and his grandmother apparently had an argument before the royal wedding about Meghan's requests.

She added: "I think it is tricky that this negative press has come at a time when Meghan is probably feeling quite sensitive and vulnerable".

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