Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry snubbed Kate Middleton's birthday party last weekend, the Mail On Sunday has reported. The news showed that the royal feud between Markle and her sister-in-law Middleton is only getting worse.
According to the Mail, Kate celebrated ahead of her 37th birthday on January 9 with a Sunday, January 5, lunch with husband Prince William and close friends at Anmer Hall, their Norfolk country home near Sandringham.
Anmer has ten bedrooms with plenty of room for guests -- but Harry and Meghan didn't show up, the report said.
Middleton welcomed several BFFs at the bash, including Emilia Jardine-Paterson, who played hockey with her at Marlborough College and is a godmother to Middleton and William's son, Prince George. Jardine-Paterson reportedly helped the royals redecorate Anmer Hall and Kensington Palace.
Her husband David also attended the party, along with Laura Meade, godmother of Middleton and Wills' daughter Princess Charlotte, and Laura's husband James. Another couple cheering on Middleton at her pre-birthday lunch was Sophie Carter and her husband Robert.
But pregnant Markle and Harry were reportedly nowhere to be seen at the intimate gathering!
Rumors of a feud first swirled when it was announced that Harry and his former Suits star wife would leaving Kensington Palace, moving away from William and Middleton.
Harry and the Duchess of Sussex plan to live at Frogmore Cottage, a house on the grounds of Windsor Estate. Radar previously reported that the two had been living at Nottingham Cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace, but wanted their own digs--amid diva rumors about Markle.
Markle, 37, and Harry, 34, hope to follow their own path and lead separate lives from William and Kate, sources have said.
As Radar has also reported, tension between Harry's wife and sister-in-law Middleton has been growing, with Markle recently being accused of stealing Middleton’s fashion styles and spotlight.
Markle is expecting her first child with Harry this spring and has been showing off a huge baby bump.
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