Meghan and Kate put rift rumors to rest, smile and chat with each other ahead of Christmas church service

Meghan, Harry, Kate and William were seen arriving at St Mary Magdalene Church, a short walk from Sandringham House, to join the Queen for Christmas day celebrations on Tuesday


                            Meghan and Kate put rift rumors to rest, smile and chat with each other ahead of Christmas church service
Prince William, Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (Source:Getty Images)

'Tis the season to be jolly! Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle put all their differences aside as they joined their husbands Prince William and Prince Harry along with the Queen and other members of the British royal family at Christmas Day church service in Sandringham.

Meghan and Kate were greeted by the awaiting crowd as they made their way to St Mary Magdalene Church, a short walk from Sandringham House on the Royal Family's Norfolk estate. The 'Fab Four' put up a united front amid rumors of a tiff and mounting tensions between the two couples.

Kate and Meghan, all through their walk to the church, could be seen smiling and chatting with each other, making people forget that there was ever any rumor of a feud between the two. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images)

It was confirmed earlier this month that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, would be joining the Queen in Sandringham at Norfolk for the Christmas day celebrations despite claims of a falling out between them.

Kate and Meghan could be seen smiling and chatting with each other all through their walk to the church making people forget that there was ever any feud between the two. Almost all the important and semi-important members of the royal family turned up at the church service in Sandringham, except for Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and Camilla Parker, the Duchess of Cornwall.

Queen Elizabeth II leaves after attending Christmas Day Church service at Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on December 25, 2018 in King's Lynn, England. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images)

 

Although Prince Philip is in good health, he will be relaxing in the day and spending time with his family later on. As for Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall has a heavy cold, which even resulted in her missing an appearance at the Olympia Horse Show last week, and it is believed that it is the same bug which prevented her from attending the church service in Sandringham as well.

Rumors of a tiff between Meghan and Kate surfaced when it was initially revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be taking up residence at Frogmore House in Windsor and moving out of the Kensington Palace next year. It was rumored that the divide between brothers William and Harry was a result of differences between their wives Kate and Meghan.

Almost all the important and semi-important members of the royal family turned up at the church service in Sandringham, except for Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and Camilla Parker, the Duchess of Cornwall. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images)

Allegedly, the Duchess of Cambridge sternly told Meghan it was 'unacceptable' to target her aides, which was what caused all the tension between the two ladies in the first place. The incident, however, took place before Prince Harry's and Meghan's royal wedding in Windsor.

Kate reportedly said, "They're my staff and I speak to them." A source revealed, "It's a tricky situation but it was a one-off and they are determined to maintain a positive relationship even though they are obviously very different in their approach." Moreover, there had been multiple reports of Meghan being authoritative and bossy with her staff, who have apparently named her and Harry the 'Monica and Chandler' of the house.

Allegedly, the Duchess of Cambridge sternly told Meghan it was 'unacceptable' to target her aides, which was what caused all the tension between the two ladies in the first place. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images)