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Kate and Meghan this gift that challenges


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After Prince Harry, it was Meghan Markle’s turn to step up to Kate Middleton with a sublime birthday present as reported by Us Weekly on Wednesday 13th January.

It’s a birthday she celebrated with restraint. Pandemic forces, Kate Middleton blew out her 39 candles this Saturday 9th January in the privacy of Anmer Hall.

And despite health restrictions, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were able to burst into the day of celebration with a touching gift. Exiled in Los Angeles since the beginning of the health crisis, the lovebirds sent a birthday card to the Duchess of Cambridge as well as several presents, according to the Us Weekly. “It was a nice surprise,” a relative told our sources. “Kate expected nothing from the couple.”

A real surprise she discovered alongside Prince William and their three children, who were once again not about to go back to school when national containment was once again introduced in the UK. Like her younger brother and Meghan Markle, the Duke of Cambridge showered her with gifts, including diamond and sapphire earrings that Kate Middleton “loves”.

The Duchess also received a personal message from Her Majesty Elizabeth II. Recently vaccinated against coronavirus with her husband, Prince Philip, the 94-year-old monarch remains confined to Windsor Castle.


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The Fab Four, a distant memory

The end of the squabble between Cambridge and Sussex? If the signs show a genuine desire for reconciliation between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, after a year 2020 full of pitfalls and the beginning of a reconversion far from the Crown, some believe that the Fab Four are indeed part of a distant past.

The shower of gifts will not change that. “They talk to each other quite regularly but I doubt they’ll ever find the complicity of yesteryear again,” said royal expert Katie Nicholl about Prince Charles‘ sons to the Entertainment Tonight website.

In any case, 2021 will be an opportunity for the two families to reunite, on the sole condition that the health crisis allows the monarchy’s rebels to return to the UK. In addition to renegotiating the terms of their exit from the Firm, little Archie’s parents will be able to celebrate Prince Philip’s centenary or attend the Trooping The Colour parade to celebrate the anniversary of His Royal Highness’ reign.

Better still, Prince William will meet his brother for the unveiling of a statue in honour of their late mother, whose memory is close to their hearts. And after the miscarriage of Meghan Markle, another royal baby (apart from Princess Eugenie, pregnant with her first child), could also restore good relations between Cambridge and Sussex.

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