Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton smiled at each other in public. Their feud must be over.


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Stop everything at once.

There’s been a breaking development to the Meghan Markle/Kate Middleton feud and we are undeniably shocked.

We never thought this day would come.

It’s a modern-day miracle.

Meghan and Kate were actually seen in public together without strangling each other/pulling each other’s hair out.

It appears they actually hugged and neither woman burst into flames.

No, really. Image: Getty.

One photographer even captured a peck on the cheek, with no security guards standing by to step in and pull them away from each other.

Then, they smiled at each other, which we believe followed a conversation in which no vicious insults were hurled.

We can barely believe our eyes. Image: Getty.


It all points to one thing:


The end of an era.

The feud... appears to be... over.

Yes. The sun shone a little brighter in London today when the two Duchesses finally decided to put their differences aside at Commonwealth Day celebrations held at Westminster Abbey, and by that we mean they've clearly grown bored of feuding and will be moving on to new hobbies, like brewing their own kombucha and cross-stitching.

But not before they make each other friendship bracelets in commemoration of the day the great and entirely made-up royal feud of 2018/19 ended with nothing more than a smile and a hug.

A day we'll look back on for years to come, asking: "Where were you the day the feud ended?"

Of course, there doesn't seem to be an explanation for the truce other than the fact that we haven't heard from a totally-real-and-not-made-up "anonymous royal source" spilling tea in months, which says a lot, really.

The whole rumour that Kate and Meghan didn't get along began last November when it was announced the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were leaving their small Kensington Palace home for a much larger one at Windsor, all to get away from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, of course.

Not to cater for a growing family. No no.

Sure enough, more stories began to unfurl of instances where Kate and Meghan clashed at family gatherings, the rumoured incident of Kate being “left in tears” at Princess Charlotte’s dress fitting ahead of Meghan and Harry’s wedding the peak of the ~royal drama~.


Royal drama we can finally put to rest because, as quickly as it appeared, it's gone.

...But while we're thrilled the madness has come to an end, there's a victim here we're all forgetting.

The British tabloid press.

What on earth will they write about now?

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