Is someone going to demand: "Off with her head?'"
Specifically, the Palace is responding to a story that surfaced from The Sun, which alleges that Kate "slapped down" Meghan for berating members of her team at Kensington Palace right before Meghan and Harry's wedding in May.
Although Kate appeared amiable toward her new sister-in-law during a recent outing-at which she gushed about Meghan's pregnancy-rumours have nevertheless persisted that the pair are at odds.
People magazine reported that Kate was "left in tears", although it is not clear why.
A source said to Vanity Fair: "Meghan is a believer in karma and she doesn't want to sit there reading negative online stories and comments about herself".
Due to the incident, Prince William and Middleton might skip spending Christmas with the royals.
A source said: 'Reports regarding Christmas are wrong.
There's a lot of talk about the differences in style when it comes to the two royals.
It has also been claimed the Queen warned Harry about "difficult" Meghan Markle's attitude after a row over what tiara she could wear on her wedding day.
And this weekend news leaked from the Daily Mail sources that Markle had wanted an improvement before she walked down the aisle at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in her May wedding.
Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward were all born at Buckingham Palace, while Her Majesty welcomed Princess Anne at Clarence House.
The source told The Mirror: 'Her job was highly pressurised and in the end it became too much.
Reports in the British media over the past week have claimed that the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge are in the middle of a rift.
The speculation about their birth plan is hardly surprising; earlier this year, there were plenty of claims Duchess Catherine had her heart set on a home birth for Prince Louis, but the 36-year-old returned to the Lindo Wing.