Published: Thu, December 06, 2018
Culture | By Margie Dunn

In a Rare Move, Kensington Place Publicly Denies Story About the Royals

In a Rare Move, Kensington Place Publicly Denies Story About the Royals

"There would be total astonishment if Harry and Meghan don't stay with William and Kate".

She added: "I think it is tricky that this negative press has come at a time when Meghan is probably feeling quite sensitive and vulnerable".

Nelthorpe-Crowne represented Markle until she left Suits late a year ago when she got engaged to Prince Harry.

It had been assumed that Harry and Meghan would take a Kensington Palace apartment before the arrival of their first child next year, making them neighbours of the Cambridges.

The service was held in Chelsea in support of the Henry Van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, which was set up in memory of a school friend of both Princes William and Harry, who died in a tragic auto crash in 2002 aged just 18.

Meghan's mother Doria Ragland, a yoga instructor and social worker, could be among the guests invited to join the royals at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham.

Among the rumors, none of which have been confirmed, include Meghan causing Kate Middleton to cry after a bridesmaid fitting for her daughter Charlotte.

It comes as pregnant Meghan and Prince Harry, 34, revealed they would be leaving the home they now share with the Cambridges at Kensington Palace.

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Harry and Meghan will head off to Anmer Hall for Christmas.

The Duke of Sussex also made an appeal at the service on behalf of the Fund which aims to fight poverty in Uganda through education.

Meghan reportedly read from the poem "Our Deepest Fear" by Marianne Williamson.

Members of the royal family gathered at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening for a reception for members of the Diplomatic Corps.

A spokesperson for Kensington Palace has however denied this.

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

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.

Speaking to BANG Showbiz, she said: "I mean, I've never called myself a film actor, I'm just an actor".

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