THE DUCHESS of Cambridge has spoken out about Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, following multiple reports of a rift between the two “very different” women.


The Royal was asked about her sister-in-law during a visit to Leicester yesterday. It follows the announcement that Meghan and Prince Harry are to leave the Kensington Palace grounds, moving away from the Cambridges. In a surprise development, the couple are due to move into Frogmore Cottage on the Queen’s Windsor Estate.



During the Royal walkabout in Leicester, the Duchess of Cambridge was asked whether she is excited for “Meghan and her new baby” by a fan.The Duchess replied: “Yeah, absolutely.


“It’s such a special time to have all the kiddies and a cousin for George and Charlotte as well as Louis so it’ll be really special”.Her comments on her excitement about the new Royal arrival multiple reports of the relationship between the Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan becoming strained.



A source told the Daily Mail: “Kate and Meghan are very different people. They don’t really get on.”It had been believed Meghan and Harry would join the Cambridges by moving into a Kensington Palace apartment.


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge currently live in a 20-room complex within the PalaceHowever, according to the Sun “there has been a bit of tension between the brothers.“Now Harry and Meghan don’t want to live next to William and Kate and want to strike out on their own.”



Frogmore Cottage, where the couple will move instead, is undergoing a multi-million pound upgrade.The Duchess of Cambridge also used the Leicester visit to provide an update on her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis“They’re getting excited for Christmas time because they’ve started all their Christmas songs and Christmas trees are going up. It was really sweet.



“And Louis’s getting big. I can’t believe he’s like seven months now. He’s getting to be a big boy.”During their Leicester visit the Royal couple laid flowers to honour those killed in last months helicopter crash, which killed five including Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, owner of Leicester City Football Club.


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