At this point, who even knows – or cares – if Meghan and Kate have been feuding the last few months.
Meghan and Harry’s first child is due to be born sometime next month, in the English spring, no less – the ultimate symbol of new beginnings. Not to mention we’d hope two women in their late thirties could be mature enough to sort out their differences, whatever they are, and move on, by now.
And (stay with me here) at a time when women need to unify more than ever to fight for gender equality, who wants to see two of the world’s most wealthy and privileged female icons bickering? Nobody, that’s who.
If Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton can do it, surely anyone can.
So it was delightful, then, to see Meghan and Kate put the feud rumours to bed while celebrating Commonwealth Day in London overnight.
The two shared a warm kiss on the cheek as they attended a service at Westminster Abbey, sending a message to the public that they’ve got no time for petty fighting.
Prince William and Prince Harry were also there. Isn’t it heartwarming to see the gang all back together?
Onwards and upwards, ladies. There’s work to be done.