Meghan Markle To Read At Charity Carol Service With Prince Harry’s ‘Estranged’ Friends

Meghan Markle To Read At Charity Carol Service With Prince Harry’s ‘Estranged’ Friends

Meghan Markle is expected to give a reading at a charity carol service that will honor the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund.

Lauren Fruen, a journalist for The Sun, said that Markle will be joined by Prince Harry at the gathering. Prince Harry’s estranged friends, who he had a falling out with allegedly due to the Duchess of Sussex, will also be there.

Prince Harry’s pals were reportedly surprised when they learned that they were not invited to the evening reception following the royal couple’s May 19 wedding. Details about Markle’s upcoming reading are still being kept under wraps. But the report came after it was revealed that Prince William expressed his doubts about Markle as Prince Harry’s wife.

After Prince William told Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth II about how he felt towards the “Suits” alum, the Duke of Sussex reportedly got upset with his older brother’s comments and stood up for his wife.

“The problem is that the Cambridges felt things had moved very quickly between Harry and Meghan. Wills particularly was worried and felt close enough to Harry to voice his thoughts,” a source told Daily Mail.

Prior to this, Markle and Kate Middleton also had a ghastly row after the Duchess of Cambridge tried to explain the rules of The Firm to Markle last year. Markle allegedly didn’t accept Middleton’s advice, and this resulted in the two female royals to not speak to each other.

Middleton has also told her friends that she was very sad with what has been happening to her, Markle, and Prince Harry since she used to be close to her brother-in-law.

Another insider said, “Meghan’s a strong character and so is Kate, so it doesn’t surprise me there have been clashes.”

And in an attempt to give their firstborn a better future and a more peaceful life, Prince Harry and Markle will move out of Kensington Palace early next year. They will be transferring to the Frogmore Cottage, which will be a few minutes of commute to and from London.

But Kensington Palace denied all of the recent rumors and said that no such thing happened between the royals.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will reunite with the latter’s former friends months after a rumored falling out. Pictured: Markle, Prince Harry attend a service marking the centenary of WW1 armistice at Westminster Abbey on November 11, 2018 in London, England. Photo: Getty Images/Leon Neal

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