Kate Middleton is considering making practical moves that will bury the issues between her family and her co-wife Meghan Markle.
According to a new report that was spotted on Us Weekly, the Princess of Wales is looking at making peace with the now-based Meghan Markle when she visits the United States of America.
A source that spoke exclusively with Us Weekly, said, “Once Kate and William’s Boston plans are set in stone, she’s planning to extend an olive branch to Meghan in a bid to reunite the brothers and heal the rift.”
The source also added that Kate Middleton believes it’s what her mother-in-law, the late Princess Diana and the just passed Queen Elizabeth II “would’ve wanted.”
“[Prince] Harry and Meghan are knee-deep with their hectic schedules, but Meghan is willing to put in the effort as long as dates don’t clash,” the source also said that both sets of royals will be on the East coast in December.
The leak follows as Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton prepare to attend the second annual Earthshot Prize awards ceremony in Boston on Dec. 2, which will mark their first trip to the United States since 2014.
Around the same time, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will travel east for the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights (RFKHR) organization’s Ripple of Hope Award Gala in New York.
According to a press release, the couple was named one of this year’s Ripple of Hope Award laureates for their “work on racial justice, mental health, and other social impact initiatives through their Archewell Foundation.”
Tensions between the two women have been high since the “Suits” alum allegedly caused Middleton to “burst into tears” ahead of her 2018 wedding to Prince Harry, 38.
During Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s tell-all interview with show host, Oprah Winfrey, The Duchess of Sussex revealed that it was the other way around.
“A few days before the wedding, [Kate] was upset about flower girl dresses and it made me cry. It really hurt my feelings,” she told the anchor.
“It was a really hard week of the wedding. And she was upset about something, but she owned it, and she apologized. And she brought me flowers and a note, apologizing.”