In the recent past, there was a lot of discussion in the media about a great divide between the royal couples. It seems Meghan and Harry had snubbed an invitation to join Kate and William for Christmas. There were doubts on whether the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be at Anmer Hall once again. This is the country home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the juniors had joined the seniors here last year at Christmas. They were not yet married at the time and enjoyed the get-together with the kids of Kate and William.

Daily Mail UK reports that something similar is on the cards this year as well.

Kensington Palace has scotched all rumors and confirmed to the media that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are expecting their first baby this spring, will spend their Christmas with Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Duchess of Sussex should be free from tension

Meghan Markle, an American actress, belonged to a different culture and was used to a different set of values. Her marriage to Prince Harry brought her into the British royal family and from day one, she began to win over the members. She kept learning new etiquette and discarding old concepts that she had grown up with to impress all those who interacted with her. Right now, she is on her way to becoming a mother and should be free from tension.

However, the media reports floating around are probably doing more harm than good.

Daily Mail UK says the two royal families have drawn up plans. They will open their presents on Christmas Eve.

Subsequently, as per tradition, they will enjoy breakfast together on Christmas morning, after which they will join Queen Elizabeth and the rest of the royal family to attend church services. The venue will be Sandringham. There is no confirmation from Kensington Palace on where the two families will spend the rest of their day.

Rumors are baseless

Elle adds Kensington Palace has confirmed that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will spend Christmas with Kate Middleton and Prince William. They will follow the German tradition of opening their gifts on Christmas Eve, followed by breakfast and attending church services on Christmas Day with the Queen, Prince Charles, and the Duchess of Cornwall. The royal family is already in a festive mood and the news will bring relief to fans of Meghan.

During her visit to New Zealand in October, Meghan gave a speech to mark the 125th anniversary of women's right to vote. Incidentally, she has been named as a runner-up for TIME Person of the Year 2018.