Huge clue about Kate and Meghan's royal rift we all missed

Oscar Cross
December 8, 2018

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton are making headlines these past few days over a rumoured feud between the Duchesses.

Last week, claims surfaced there was a rift between Meghan and Kate.

Since joining the Royal Family, the 37-year-old has had ample opportunity to show that she puts her all into serving her community - and that includes putting her best friends and family before herself.

So it's perhaps no surprise that Harry's new wife, Meghan Markle, met with former first lady Michelle Obama while she was in London for her book tour on Monday.

Meghan, most likely around 24 at the time, writes that she is 5ft 6in tall and weighs 113lbs, with brown hair and eyes.

And a furious Duchess of Cambridge recently slapped down Meghan after she spoke rudely to a member of Kate's staff telling her doing so was "unacceptable".

The CV was posted online by someone who said they "had the pleasure to meet the lovely Meghan Markle several times as an agent, but amusing enough I couldn't convince the agency to sign her".

We will say this - in her speeches since becoming the Duchess, Meghan has continued to preach integrity, hard work, education, the equal treatment of women, the value of visiting service men and women, the elimination of racism...

The first incident involved Kate reportedly "left in tears" after Princess Charlotte's bridesmaids dress fitting for Meghan and Harry's wedding.

Kensington Palace is said to have launched the hunt for the source of the leaks, according to the Mail on Sunday.

The Queen was joined by the Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

"Is it resolved? We don't know", William joked back.

It was the cutest way to give a nod to her BFF from across the globe, wouldn't you agree?

"I'm like, 'How are you?' and she's like, 'No, how are you?' and I'm like, 'You're so sweet, but I'm really asking - how are YOU?'", Serena recalled.

For now, Prince Harry and Meghan's official headquarters will remain at Kensington Palace even after they move to Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor Estate next year.

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