Robert Jobson claims the Prince of Wales ‘knocked heads together’ as the royal family stayed together at Sandringham over the Christmas
Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton’s reported feud has been ended thanks to an intervention by Prince Charles, a royal expert has claimed.
The pair’s relationship has been under some strain in recent months following a number of ‘frosty’ public engagements.
Princess Diana biographer Robert Jobson says Prince Charles ‘knocked heads together’ over Christmas in a bid to halt the disagreements between the Duchesses.
He told Sunrise earlier this week: “I think there’s no smoke without fire. I do think it has been blown up a little bit but there have obviously been a few problems between the two ladies and even between the two princes.
“There’s some truth in the rumours. I’m sure at Christmas Prince Charles was knocking heads together and you can see that by those photographs of them all walking together in a line.
“But they looked like they had been pushed together in a line, to be honest.”
Meghan and Harry appeared happy and releaxed alongside Kate, Prince William and the rest of the Royal Family during a Christmas service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham.
The couples laughed and joked as they greeted a crowd which had gathered to catch a glimpse of the royals outside the church.
Jobson also dismissed suggestions that the Meghan had chosen another hospital to snub the royals.
He said: “They’re going to be down in Frogmore Cottage , which is near Windsor so they’re going to be out of town anyway.
“This is actually where Sophie Wessex had her babies and I think they’re quite skilled in older mums.
“Sophie was quite late having her babies – 38 or 39 I think – and then you’ve got Meghan who’s going to be 37.
“I think it’s best to be in a national health hospital where they’ve got all the facilities and all of the emergency units.”
Meghan has opted for NHS Frimley Park hospital to give birth while Kate has given birth to all her three children in the exclusive Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington.
The private wing of the NHS hospital is also where Princess Diana gave birth to both Princes William and Harry.
And the maternity ward is fit for royalty, with art installations, luxury toiletries and chef-made gourmet food – including afternoon tea.
Often likened to a five-star hotel, new parents can even order a glass of champagne to toast their baby’s arrival.