'This is expected of a royal couple' - royal expert says Harry and Meghan aren't feuding with William and Kate
A royal expert ended speculation about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's reported feuding with Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Last year, it was reported Britain's Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be splintering from the umbrella of Kensington Palace, moving away from working so closely with the Cambridges, which only added to the persistent belief that the couples weren't getting along behind the scenes, particularly Meghan and Kate.
Omid Scobie, who contributes to Good Morning America and Harper's Bazaar broke the story that Meghan was throwing a baby shower in New York and has been making a name for himself in royal reporting circles for the scoops on the Sussexes. While speaking on Yahoo UK's The Royal Box, he said there was always a plan for the two families to separate professionally after Harry wed, especially now that he is expecting his first child. He also asserts that the 34-year-old always wanted a life free from the confines of Kensington Palace as much as possible.
"I've had aides at Kensington Palace say to me that long before Meghan even came on the scene, they always knew that when he got married and wasn't sort of the spare wheel, that he would go off and do his own thing with his partner and they would very much live under their household with their own staff," he said. "A lot of people expected this to be a divide which happened a lot further down the line but baby Sussex is just around the corner and there's a lot to do before then, so this split of the households will be the most important thing."
Rumours of a feud between Harry and William's wives came to a peak in December, but the foursome put on a united front on Christmas Day and suggestions of turbulence have slowly dissapated. In further support that the claims were exaggerated, it's believed that Kate is throwing Meghan a more low-key baby shower back in the UK, which will be more for those in her inner circle, including her mother Doria Ragland, who didn't attend the New York bash.
“There is still going to be some sort of private baby-centric event for Meghan’s U.K. people, and Kate will host... Her glam people and other relatives will be there. Not sure if it’s a total baby ‘shower,’ but you could probably call it that," a source told Us Weekly.