Kate speaks out after Meghan ‘feud‘ and reveals feelings on ‘George and Charlotte cousin‘

‘UNEASE‘: Meghan and Kate reportedly don‘t get on (Pic: GETTY)

The Duchess of Cambridge appears to have tried to put rumours of a feud between her and the Duchess of Sussex to bed, following claims the strain is ‘pulling Harry and William apart’.

Earlier this week, pregnant Meghan and Prince Harry announced they are moving out of Kensington Palace next month.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed they would be packing their bags for Frogmore Cottage in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

WE‘RE OFF! Meghan and Harry are leaving Kate and Wills behind at Kensington Palace (Pic: GETTY)

It was initially claimed the move next door to the Queen was down to “tension” between brothers Harry and William.

But then it emerged that “unease” between their wives is reportedly “pulling them apart”, according to the Daily Mail.

Speaking to members of the public outside Leicester University during her visit to the city with William yesterday, Kate tried to brush off the feud rumours.

She was asked about sister-in-law, the Duchess of Sussex‘s pregnancy and when asked if she were excited for “Meghan and her new baby”, Kate said: “Yes absolutely, no it’s such a special time to have all kiddies.

‘TORN APART‘ Kate and Meghan‘s alleged ‘unease‘ is apparently affecting Harry and William (Pic: GETTY)

SPLIT: Harry and Meghan are moving out of Kensington Palace (Pic: GETTY)

She added: “And a cousin for George and Charlotte as well, and Louis. So it will be really special.”

She continued to say that her own children were very excited about Christmas already as they has started preparing their Christmas songs at school.

“And Louis is getting bigger. I can’t believe he’s seven months now. He’s getting a big boy!” she said.

Speculation of a falling out between the Cambridges and the Sussexes came after the announcement that Harry and Meghan will be moving away from Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage.

LEICESTER: William and Kate arrive to view tributes to friend and Leicester City‘s owner (Pic: WIREIMAGE)

A source told Vanity Fair that “Kate and Meghan are very different people and they don’t have a lot in common but they have made an effort to get along”.

Others have hinted that there may have been tensions between the two Duchesses ahead of the royal wedding in May.

us reported that two sources have told the newspaper that Kate was “in tears” following three-year-old Charlotte‘s bridesmaid dress fitting earlier this year.

Kate addressed the rumours on an emotional pilgrimage to pay tribute to Leicester City‘s owner, following in the footsteps of thousands of the football club‘s fans.

William and Kate were left visibly moved at the start of their visit to the city which was united in grief following the helicopter crash which claimed the life of billionaire Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four others, also remembered by the couple.

TENSION: Kate at Leicester yesterday (Pic: PA)

TRIBUTES: Will and Kate greet Leicester City Vice chairman Apichat Srivaddhanaprabha (Pic: WIREIMAGE)

After sharing a few minutes with the owner‘s family, his son Aiyawatt, wife Aimon and daughter Aroonroong, the Cambridges left a bouquet of flowers and a condolence card among a sea of other floral tributes close to the crash site.

During their time at the club they met charities and fans who benefited from Vichai‘s generosity and William told one charity boss “he was the gel, the glue of the community”.

He added: “If only more owners took his example of how to benefit the community, be involved”.

The duke, who is president of the FA, had known the Leicester City owner personally over the past five years and had caught up with him at Kensington Palace, to discuss his charity work and football, just a few weeks before the crash in October.

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