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At first glance, there is no blood flowing in the pipes of Kensington Palace.
Wednesday, Kate Middleton and Prince William spent time in the British city of Leicester to honor and mourn those who died in a helicopter crash, including the owner of the Leicester City football team, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. The Duchess of Cambridge had the opportunity to speak with people and shake hands outside the city's university. She answered questions about her immediate and extended family, including: Meghan Markle
Meghan and Prince Harry On October 15, they announced that they were expecting their first child together and also announced that they would leave their apartment at Kensington Palace in London to travel to the suburbs. They will settle in Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle (the same place where they got married) while waiting for their newborn baby.
Although one speculated on the fact that the leap from a town to the countryside was due to a bit of royal beef between sisters-in-law, this is hardly the case. On the contrary, Kate seemed pleased and eager to meet her future niece or nephew.
An Instagram user, @ 2cool_4school_2lame_4fame, shared a video of his interaction with the Duchess outside the University of Leicester. She asked, "Are you excited for Meghan and her new baby?"
The Duchess replied, "Yes, absolutely, it's such a special moment to have little children and a cousin of George, Charlotte and Louis! It's really special."
It does not seem bitter, is not it?
Kate also revealed her kiddos Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are "so excited for Christmas time." She added, "They started all their Christmas songs and the Christmas trees are going up and all that, and Louis is growing up, it's been 7 months now, I can not believe it."
Last month brought to light many changes among the younger generation of the royal family, fondly nicknamed "The Firm". The Sunday Times reported on October 28 that the brothers were preparing to formally divide the household, which means a different staff and different responsibilities for each prince. Both men have their own families and go their own way with regard to the duties of the courts. A source said The temperature"They have become different people with different perspectives on life." Divide the household is an obvious thing to do.
Report rumors that there is a quarrel between Kate and Meghan.
Of course, the two women may have different personalities and education, but Kate would have welcomed Meghan with open arms when she joined the royal family. The Duchess of Sussex described it as "wonderful" and both shared a number of one-on-one and double-date outings for a plethora of events.
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So, are Prince Harry and Meghan really to move to Windsor to flee an unconfirmed rivalry? No, not even close. In addition, according to a statement from Kensington Palace, their "official office will remain based in Kensington". The change of scenery apparently benefits their future child and his education. The statement included, "Windsor is a very special place for their royal highnesses and they are grateful that their official residence will be on the estate."
according to Daily mail, Frogmore Cottage leaves more room for their children for outdoor activities, while Kensington Palace lacks a kind of privacy and a backyard. A source said Daily mail"They are still incredibly close, closer than most siblings, but now Harry is married and is about to become a father, so it's a good time for him to plan his own future." There is no acrimony. "
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