Meghan Markle: Piers Morgan starts rift with Duchess following Kate

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Kate Middleton

He expressed disappointment and felt William wasn't making an effort to welcome Meghan into the royal family following their engagement, it is claimed.

The royal couple's outing comes after Kensington Palace confirmed both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be attending Christmas at Sandringham.

Murphy noted that it had been a "busy day" for the Cambridges, who earlier in the day hosted a party for families of deployed personnel from Royal Air Force (RAF) Coningsby and RAF Marham, who are serving in Cyprus.

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.

A friend of Mr Markle, 74, who has not spoken to her since her May wedding to Prince Harry, said he told him: "How could they be so cruel and heartless?"

"Hmmmmm. It's her 1st pregnancy (most women are late to show with #1)", one person wrote, while another said, "That is not a 5 months bump".

A friend of the Duchess of Sussex told the Evening Standard that the two discussed shared causes, such as supporting and empowering women.

Henry, who was a good friend of both Prince William and Harry, passed away in a auto accident 16 years ago in 2002.

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Elizabeth reportedly invited Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, to join in the royal holiday festivities.

The regal family is expected to attend the morning service on Christmas Day in Sandringham, as they did previous year.

A spokesperson for Kensington Palace has however denied this.

A report claimed Kate Middleton got upset with Meghan Markle ahead of Meghan's marriage to Prince Harry.

Harry and Meghan's move from London to Frogmore House in Windsor, Berkshire, was reported to have reflected the discord between the royal wives.

These included talk that Middleton was left in tears following a dress fitting for her daughter, Princess Charlotte, for Markle's nuptials.

Former first lady Michelle Obama is offering her own advice to Meghan for dealing with the increased scrutiny.

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