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How Meghan Markle Is Reportedly Dealing With All the Royal Rumors

Updated on August 22, 2019
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Margaret Minnicks has been an online writer for many years. She writes articles about the royals.

Celebrities are always in the public eye. Almost everything they do, say and wear becomes news. Queen Elizabeth's family is often in the news because her family members are not only celebrities, but they are also royals.

When Meghan Markle began dating Prince Harry in 2016, she was in the news more than when she was only an actress on the legal drama Suits. She became even more popular when she got engaged to Prince Harry in November 2017. After she got married on May 19, 2018, there has been even more press. Now, that she is expecting their first child in the Spring of 2019, there have been even more headlines about the Duchess of Sussex.

Everything that is written in the newspapers about the royals is not always entirely true. There are rumors going around now that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are feuding with Prince William and Kate Middleton.

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British newspapers

The British newspapers have reported many negative stories about the Duchess of Sussex over the past few weeks since she and Prince Harry returned from their 16-day royal tour to four different countries.

While they were away, most of the news surrounding them was positive. Now the negative press has resumed. Hopefully, the negativity will die down so Meghan will not have to think about it during the upcoming holiday. This will be the Duchess of Sussex's first Christmas as an official member of the royal family. Her mother, Doria Ragland, has been invited to spend the holiday with her.

The press is claiming Prince Harry and Meghan are moving out of Kensington Palace and into Frogmore Cottage because of a feud with Prince William and Kate Middleton. There are several valid reasons for the move, and none of them involve a feud.

No Feuding

Royal sources say there is no feuding between the wives, and surely there is no feuding between the royal brothers. Prince Harry and Meghan have decided to move into the place that Queen Elizabeth gave them as a gift on their wedding day because there will be more space and more privacy for their baby and for Meghan's mother who is going to live with them.

Other than those two main reasons, Prince Harry and Meghan love the countryside and want to move to a place where they can bring up their child in an environment away from prying eyes.

Frogmore Cottage in Windsor is near St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle where the couple got married last May 19. It is about 30 miles from Kensington Palace where both Prince Harry and Meghan will continue to maintain their offices.

How Is the Duchess of Sussex Handling the Rumors?

The Duchess of Sussex is reportedly handling the rumors the same way she has handled other rumors in the past. She simply ignores them and does not address them because it will be like adding fuel to fire.

Katie Nicholl of Vanity Fair says Meghan is aware of the rumors, but she refuses to address them in public. Nicholl reported that Meghan knows what is going on, and she believes to a certain extent that the British press is out to get her. Even though she does not read the newspaper reports about her, Prince Harry does.

As a royal, Meghan cannot respond publicly to the negative press. All official responses much come from Buckingham Palace. Even when her father was attacking her in the news, she never responded. She is not expected to respond this time to what is being written about her in the news.

The Duchess of Sussex is said to be handling the rumors the same way others should respond to rumors about them. She is not dignifying them with any response.

No Tension

Richard Palmer, a royal expert for the Daily Express, tweeted that there is no tension between Kate Middleton and Meghan. The two duchesses are not feuding. Palmer said there are some crazies on Twitter who want evidence of tension, but there is no tension.

Buckingham Palace Responds to Rumors

You probably have heard the rumors or read about them in the last few weeks. Know that there are just rumors and no truth is in them.

Buckingham Palace doesn't usually respond to rumors. However, it does so on rare occasions. In this case, the palace has denied the claims that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are moving out of Kensington Palace because of tension with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

According to The Sun and The Mirror, Buckingham Palace has responded to the rumors by saying, "This never happened."

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