Royal power play: Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton reportedly competing to get on Prince Charles' ‘good side'
While both Kate and Meghan have been seen in public with the Queen and Prince Charles and are known to be amicable, sources seem to think there's more to this than meets the eye.
Sources have claimed that the alleged feud between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton is far from over. According to Radar Online's sources, the two are now vying for Prince Charles' love.
The tabloid's sources have said, "It’s looking likely Charles will be the next monarch and not Catherine, which has given Meghan more of an incentive to get on his good side. She’s been kissing up to him and Camilla at every opportunity, not just with messages of support but gifts and offers to help out with practical matters over the holidays."
This anonymous source also claimed that Kate was also trying her best. "This isn’t lost on Catherine, who is secure in her relationship with Charles but knows how susceptible he is to being wooed and charmed – particularly by someone as crafty and convincing as Meghan!"
While both Kate and Meghan have been seen in public with the Queen and Prince Charles and are known to be amicable, this source seems to think there's more to this than meets the eye. There had been unconfirmed rumors that Prince Harry and Prince William had been having disagreements which were later confirmed by Harry in a recent ITV documentary about him and Meghan.
This report comes hours after Prince Charles' friend Stefanie Powers slammed Meghan for seeking attention. Powers, who is Charles' golf buddy said that Meghan's "job was to be Harry's wife". She added that Meghan "wants to be a star which, I’m sorry, is not what she is supposed to be doing. Meghan’s role is not about being a star." Taking a jab at her 'Suits' role where she played paralegal Rachel Zane, who was a central character, Powers said, "She’s not gotten the role she has taken on. Grace Kelly did [when she married Monaco’s Prince Rainier] but then she was Hollywood royalty, not a bit player in a minor television series.”