Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton stopped talking after the royal split



The royal exit of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry for sure stirred up quite a storm around the world that also tarnished some of the relations within the British royal family as well.
The affiliation that seems to have been considerably impacted through the decision appears to be of Meghan and sister-in-law Kate Middleton and their bond that had the world’s eyes on it already with their brewing friendship.
As per a grapevine cited by Us Weekly, the two have not been in touch ever since the entire drama rolled out.
“Kate and Meghan have not spoken since [the royal exit] happened,” the source had said. This comes after a source had shared that the former royal pair “decided to cut out all the toxic people stirring around them to deal with each other man-to-man as brothers. Given Harry is now permanently moving away, there was a realization if they didn’t sort things out now, they never would.”
The insider also added that ever since Meghan bid adieu to her role as a senior member, she has never felt more elated: “Meghan feels free. She has never been happier. She’s happy to be out of London.”
Moreover, Queen Elizabeth on Saturday handed her grandson Prince William a new royal title of the Lord High Commissioner to the general Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
According to Royal U.K., “The Lord High Commissioner’s role is to maintain the relationship between the State and the Church, and a long-standing tradition of appointing a Lord High Commissioner originated in the latter part of the 16th Century.”
Apart from that, E! News also reported that the Duke of Cambridge will “attend the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on behalf of the Sovereign. He makes the opening and closing addresses to the Assembly, and carries out a number of official functions as the Lord High Commissioner.”
The news comes a week following the Queen taking away Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal HRH titles after their exit.—AFP

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