Three Sets of Sisters-In-Law in The British Royal Family Who Had Rift. One Incident Was Even Savage

It appears that Kate and Meghan are not the only sisters-in-law in the British royal family who have "rift". There were others who came before them who were in the same situation. One incident was even savage. 

Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly not chummy

But those ahead of them were born in an era where royal decorum was very much in place, thus, they behaved in public like nothing happened. 

Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia and Princess Alexandra of Denmark  

Three sets of sisters-in-law in the British royal family who have a history of "feud".

1. Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton. 

Their supposed "silent feud" attracted so much media attention that every detail has its own version. The most popular "reason" being that of Princess Charlotte's tights during the Sussexes wedding in 2018.

However, as the years dragged on, with so many versions of the cause of their rift emerged in public, it appears that there is even deeper reason why Kate and Meghan couldn't really get along.

Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex, sisters-in-law who reportedly could not get along

We did not know exactly what happened behind close doors. What we only know now are pure speculations, and how the press dissected their connection and their supposed "feud".

The clash of two "outsiders"?

"Outsiders" is the term used for commoners who married royal princes because they are considered outside the circle of the upper class. 

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are both outsiders. But differ in background and orientation. While Kate grew up in the United Kingdom and was aware of how a royal life is perceived, Meghan Markle is totally an "outsider" who lived on a different continent.

Ms. Markle's entry into the British royal family was quite not a fairytale. It was filled with intense speculation, drama, intrigue, betrayal, and animosity. 

Early on in her marriage, it was very clear, that she could not fit in the upper-lip establishment breathed by the British royal family. Until her "supposed" agony prompted her and Harry to step back from senior royal roles and moved to America for good. 

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