Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton will smile and appear ‘united’ at the Royal Family Christmas at Sandringham following their alleged ‘rift’
Victoria Murphy, Royal contributor for Good Morning America, told Sky News the rumoured row will remain behind doors – and the Fab Four will be all smiles on the day.
She said: “What we certainly will see is all four of them going to church on Christmas Day.
“This does come amid suggestions that they haven’t been getting on, amid rumours of rifts over the last few weeks, last few months.
“But, certainly if there has been any of those behind closed doors, we won’t see any of that on Christmas Day.
“I expect we are going to see a family united enjoying Christmas together.”
Rumours of a royal rift began when it was announced Meghan and Prince Harry are moving away from Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage, Windsor Castle, among claims she and Kate do not get on because they're "very different people".
Just last week, a family friend reportedly told People the move would be "the best thing for all of them".
Sources also leaked claims Meghan has been branded 'Duchess difficult' by Royal staff.
Fellow Royal expert Martin Townsend agreed Christmas would be a "regimented" affair, but warned the order of arrivals today could cause some "friction".
"It’s all very, very regimented. All the Royals arrive on Christmas Eve apart from the Queen, obviously, who went up on Thursday already on the train.
"All the rest of the Royals have to arrive in strict order of importance which already will cause a bit of friction. Then the whole of Christmas Eve is lined out.
"Have an afternoon tea, have a black tie meal in the evening. There are lots of dress changes required."
The annual Queen's Speech will call for a united Britain following the divide over Brexit.
In the pre-recorded broadcast, the 92-year-old monarch will call for "peace on Earth and good will to all".
She will say: “Even with the most deeply-held differences, treating the other person with respect and as a fellow human being is always a good first step towards greater understanding.”
The speech is the Queen's last chance to speak directly to the public before we leave the EU on March 29.
In more royal news, Meghan "refused" the Queen’s help to deal with feud with her father Thomas, US reports claim.
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