Kensington Palace has broken its silence on the reported "feud" between the Duchesses of Sussex and Cambridge, after it was claimed that Meghan Markle "berated" one of Kate Middleton's aides causing tension between the pair.
As is tradition, they will all make their way from the house to St Mary Magdalene Church on Christmas Day, as is the royal tradition.
The hashtag #MyPalaceSource is trending on Twitter as users come up with their ideas what's behind the rumoured rift and mock the British tabloids' recent headlines.
They busted out the tiaras last night at Buckingham Palace for the Diplomatic Corps reception as the Queen hosted foreign dignitaries at her annual party.
It was also reported that Kate confronted Meghan last Christmas, when the former Hollywood diva acted "downright rude" in front of the royals.
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It comes amid claims the Duchess of Sussex is unpopular with palace staff, with some branding her "dictatorial" and say she emails them instructions as early as 5 a.m.
Prince Charles is said to have tried to smooth things over with an invite to Anmer Hall - William and Kate's country home - but it backfired and the couples reportedly had a "ghastly row".
When Middleton and William visited Leicester University, the Duchess of Cambridge spoke with one fan who asked her if she was excited about Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry's upcoming arrival. Pending more info, Kate Middleton would have slapped Meghan Markle during their marriage.
These included talk that Middleton was left in tears following a dress fitting for her daughter, Princess Charlotte, for Markle's nuptials.
William and Kate could not help themselves and indulged in a little festive fun after staging a Santa's grotto in the grounds of their Kensington Palace home for more than 200 wives, girlfriends, parents and grandparents holding the fort at home.
But if Markle wants advice on how to ride out the media storm, she may want to consider what another person in the public glare - such as former American First Lady Michelle Obama - has provided.