The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have slowed down their schedules to spend time with their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, during their half-term break.
It is not yet known what the family will do from Monday, Feb. 17 to Friday, Feb. 21, but it is likely they will leave Kensington Palace for their country home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk.
“There are no tears for Meghan leaving,” an insider dished to RadarOnline.com. “It is a big sense of relief for Kate since she never knew what she was getting with Meghan.
“William and Kate couldn’t be happier with Harry and Meghan’s decision,” the insider insisted.
As RadarOnline.com readers recall William and Harry’s relationship has been rocky since the father of three expressed his thoughts that he was moving too fast with Meghan. Despite his concerns, Harry and Meghan exchanged their vows, reportedly causing a “rift” that both brothers have since denied.
As for Meghan’s relationship with Kate, the two haven’t spoken in seven months after cutting ties on WhatsApp.
“They are so happy Meghan has left,” a source close to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge said.
“They do not like Meghan. They are celebrating for sure.”
Kate Middleton and Prince William are days away from taking a break from their hectic royal schedules.
They are going to spend some much needed family time.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spent the last few weeks promoting their new initiative for early childhood development in a royal tour.
They made their rounds to the four corners of the U.K. to spread the word.
Royal Double Date
On one occasion, they were even spotted enjoying their time with Prince Charles and Camilla.
Kate and William no longer have to worry too much about tensions with Harry and Meghan.
Archie’s parents have moved to Canada and intend to spend summers in Los Angeles.
Keeping It Quiet
Unlike Will and Kate, Harry and Meghan’s new life has been very private.