Kate Middleton’s Feud with Queen Elizabeth and Camilla Parker-Bowles Continues [WATCH VIDEO]
The chaotic relationship between the British royal family’s Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Queen Elizabeth II is on the rocks. Subsequent to their rumored disagreements over everything from Middleton’s choice to stop working at the start of her second pregnancy to her plans to relocate one-year-old Prince George out of London, the two are allegedly at odds all over again. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
As reported by Inquisitr, Life & Style magazine claims hat Middleton offended Queen Elizabeth by defying a royal tradition. Rather she celebrated Christmas with Prince William, Carole and Michael Middleton at Anmer Hall, Norfolk.
As per the royal Christmas tradition, the royal couples should celebrate the occasion by having lunch with the Queen at her Sandringham estate. According to People magazine, Prince William has invited his in-laws to St. Mary Magdalene Church on Christmas Day and Queen Elizabeth II did not appreciate that. Conversely, they decided to break away from the tradition this year.
The rumors of Queen Elizabeth and Middleton’s supposed feud keeps on circulating time and again. Previous reports have suggested that the Queen was unhappy with the royal couple’s decision to move to the countryside home. She also reportedly ostracized the fact that Middleton canceled her royal engagements during her first trimester of pregnancy.
Moreover, Celeb Dirty Laundry reported that Camilla-Parker Bowles has condemned Middleton for canceling her Malta trip, because she doesn’t believe that her nausea is not as severe, and she is pretending. The Queen also wanted Middleton to gain weight during her pregnancy, but due to acute nausea, she was unable to do so. She wants to break away from Queen Elizabeth, Camilla Parker-Bowles and the endless royal maneuverings of Kensington Palace.
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