No frostiness for Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton on Christmas

No frostiness for Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton on Christmas

No frostiness for Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton on Christmas

Despite rumours of an ongoing feud between the Cambridges and Sussexes, the "Fab Four" put on a united front this Christmas Day as they reunited in Sandringham and were spotted walking side by side to the annual church service at St Mary Magdalene. (It's about a two and a half hour auto journey from the London royal residences.) There, the family treats each other to a Christmas Eve gift exchange, joins in a family dinner, attends services at the nearby St. Mary Magdalene Church on Christmas Day and shares a turkey lunch.

Many had brought bouquets of flowers or had got in the Christmas spirit by wearing Santa hats.

Kensington Palace issued a rare statement earlier this month to The Sun denying a report of an alleged clash between Meghan Markle, who is expecting her first child with Prince Harry, and her sister-in-law Kate Middleton before the royal wedding in May.

Camilla missed an appearance at the Olympia Horse Show last week due to a heavy cold and is believed to be still recovering from the bug.

But they walked side by side along the path that led to the church, talking together as they went.

This is not the first time Markle will spend Christmas with the Queen and the royal family.

Doria Ragland - who is based in Los Angeles - was offered the opportunity to spend the day alongside her beloved daughter and her husband Prince Harry, as well as the other royals, but she has instead opted to remain in the US.

Until a year ago that is, when Meghan Markle arrived on the scene and began offering her own interpretation of unspoken royal style rules.

This year, Prince William and Kate surprised royal watchers by releasing a very casual Christmas photo, with them all donning jeans, smart knitwear and welly boots as they posed at their country home, Anmer Hall, with their three adorable children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

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