- Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle shared a super-sweet sister-in-law moment at Commonwealth Day on Monday, but apparently, it was an intentional move.
- Kate was hoping to clear the air before Meghan goes on maternity leave.
Earlier this week, Kate Middleton seemingly put all those royal feud rumours to rest by greeting Meghan Markle with a very British cheek-kiss at Commonwealth Day in front of the entire world.
The source said that because it was Meghan’s last official appearance before she has her baby, Kate wanted to send a positive message. “They might not have a huge amount in common, but Kate has no issue with Meghan. She wants them to get along, not just for Harry’s sake but because two royal sisters-in-law at loggerheads wouldn’t be good, and Kate knows that” they said.
“For Kate, it’s about keeping their relationship professional and putting on a show of togetherness.”
The rumors were fueled, in part, by the fact that Meghan and Harry are about to move away from Kate and Prince William into their home outside of London, so it kind of looked like they were trying to put major distance between them.
“It’s not always been easy. There have been issues behind the scenes, but Harry and Meghan want to leave on good terms, and Kate especially has been making a real effort,” a different source told VF.
“There are no bad feelings, and I think Kate was keen to put an end to these rift rumours. She has no problem with Meghan, and she has made it clear to Meghan that she’s there for advice or whatever Meghan might need.”
Okay, yep, I think that *officially* clears the air.
This post originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com
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