MEGHAN Markle and Kate Middleton will sit together tomorrow at Sandringham to hear the Queen’s Speech as reports swirl about a growing rift between the duchesses.
Prince Harry’s wife Meghan and Price William’s missus Kate have reportedly not been getting along with each other.
Christmas Day awkwardness could hit the Royals then as Kate and Meghan will both be in the drawing room in Sandringham.
Both will sit together to listen to Queen’s speech – which this year urges Britain to healing “the most deeply held differences”.
It is not about the apparently feuding duchesses though, with Her Maj’s unit appeal actually about the bitter divisions Brexit.
“I believe his message of peace on earth and goodwill to all is never out of date”
The Queen’s message will be broadcast to the nation as it tradition tomorrow afternoon.
Royal insiders have insisted the call for unity is not a veiled appeal to the sniping sisters-in-law, reports The Sun.
Millions will watch the message across Britain, and the Royals will gather round to watch the matriarch’s speech at Sandringham.
Her Maj will urge “respect” and say goodwill is “needed as much as ever” as she encourages Brits to rebuild bridges between communities.
The Queen, 92, will say: “I believe his message of peace on Earth and goodwill to all is never out of date. It can be heeded by everyone; it’s needed as much as ever.”
She will add: “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 address is written by the Queen and has a strong religious framework due to her position as the head of the Church of England.
She will also highlight the importance of her loved ones around her and her strong Christian beliefs, and is expected to reference key events in 2018.
Source: DAILYSTAR CO UK