Is the Royal Rift Over? Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton Reportedly Chatting via Zoom and Facetime Often

For years, royal fans have been fascinated by the relationship between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton. The constant question of whether the group will ever be the Fab Four again has drawn a lot of attention to the royal couples. The schism seemed insurmountable after Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, left their royal positions and relocated to America. Meghan and Kate, on the other hand, are said to be getting closer.

The rift between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, and Prince William


For years, Prince Harry and Prince William have been drifting apart, and the situation only seemed to worsen when Meghan entered the picture. In the ITV documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, Harry first admitted to the tension between him and his brother.

He explained, “Inevitably, stuff happens.”

“But we’re brothers, and we’ll always be brothers,” says the narrator. At the moment, we’re on very different paths. I’ll always be there for him, and I’m sure he’ll be there for me as well. We don’t see each other as much as we used to due to our busy schedules, but I adore him.”

“The vast majority of things are made from nothing. We have good days and bad days as brothers,” he continued.

Harry elaborated on where his relationship with his brother stood earlier this year in an iconic interview with Oprah.

“I adore William,” Harry said to Oprah. “He’s my brother, and we’ve been through hell together, but our paths diverged.”

“At the moment, the relationship is space, and time, hopefully, heals all things,” he said.

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Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are chatting often

According to reports, the Beatles have recently become closer.

According to royal expert Stewart Pearce, author of Diana: The Voice of Change, “I know the four are talking to one another and they’re talking by Zoom [and] FaceTime.” “They have a great deal of affection for one another.”

Despite their differences, the Sussexes and Cambridges are forming bonds.

He told Us, “Their lens on the world is highly individualized.” “What’s remarkable is that they all respect each other completely, but this lens is different.”

Pearce speculated that these calls are likely to be very “casual,” with “Kate cooking dinner in the kitchen” while they all talk.

Meghan and Kate have been talking more since the Duchess of Sussex gave birth to Lilibet, according to the Express.

“I haven’t seen anything new and negative from Harry and Meghan since Lili’s birth for the last month, and I believe Kate is making amends and attempting to pacify Meghan,” royal expert Sami Wunder told the outlet.

Was the rift inevitable?

Some have blamed Meghan for the rift between William and Harry, but other experts believe that a split between the brothers was inevitable.

When the royals first split their households in 2019, a source told People, “They have always been different, they are very different characters.” “When their mother died, and as they’ve grown up together, they’ve drawn great comfort from each other. They must, however, be kept apart. It’s finally time to make that break now that Meghan has arrived.”

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According to royals author Sally Bedell Smith, “Meghan’s arrival has changed the dynamic of the relationship in a fairly significant way.” She described the breakup as “inevitable” and “practical.”

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