Reports The Queen ordered Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle to put aside their differences

By Christina Cavaleri December 27, 2018

It comes after months of reported feuding. 

It's the one day of the year everyone's entire family gets together and puts aside all of their differences.

And the Royals are the same. 

The British royal family knew their every move on Christmas Day would be closely watched and talked about.

It comes after months of reported feuding between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton.

Her Majesty reportedly wanted the duchesses to put aside their differences and ensure a united front was present as they walked together for their annual Christmas church service.

A source revealed to The Sun:

“The Queen and Charles have allowed the situation to play out without overtly interfering — but they both made it clear that Christmas was for the whole family to really come together.

“That meant the two couples walking into church together as the Fab Four just like they had last year. Yes, it was awkward and uncomfortable given what’s gone on over the past 12 months.”

The Queen delivered a happy message amid turbulent times.

She discussed weddings and babies saying she has been "well occupied" this year.

Lizzy also reminded the public to also put aside their differences in what many consider was a pointed message aimed at British politicians and their Brexit disagreements.

“I believe this message of peace on Earth and goodwill to all is never out of date. It can be heeded by everyone; it’s needed as much as ever."

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