EARLIER this year, rumours emerged that the "fab four" had been "feuding", with insiders claiming the alleged "rift" had originated from brothers, Prince William and Prince Harry.
Now, one royal expert has suggested that the two couples would have avoided taking part in public events together at the time, because "there was something true to the story".
While PR expert Nick Ede claims the rumours could have been dispelled through a public appearance early on, royal author Robert Jobson claims it probably wasn't as straightforward.
"They could have killed these stories pretty quickly and they could have made it much sharper," said Nick.
"Even just getting them all out together on some kind of event and having them all out together, laughing and smiling. Seize that moment.
"They didn’t actually think, ‘actually, let’s just do something that makes you into a cohesive whole again.’ They didn’t."
But Robert thinks there was something to the story, and according to Yahoo, claims the couples wouldn't have gone along with the idea, if it had been suggested.
Speaking to Yahoo's Royal Box, he explained: "I think the principals at that time wouldn't have done it – Harry, Meghan Kate – [they wouldn't have gone along with it because] there was something to the story, that’s the point.
"You can create an image and they tried to do that at Christmas, with them all walking along but actually, then you had people looking and they looked a little stiff amongst each other.
"Whereas the previous year, you had that photograph of them walking along happy as Larry and they were described as the ‘Fab Four’ and everything was wonderful.
"It’s very hard for the PR professionals – you’ve got people behaving a certain way to make it look like they’re not [arguing]."
It certainly seems if there was a royal "feud", it's behind them now.
Last month, it was revealed the Cambridges paid a visit to Frogmore Cottage on Easter Sunday, following the annual church service at St George's Chapel.
“William and Catherine visited because Meghan was unable to attend the service,” a source told Harper's Bazaar.
“They wanted to be supportive and see how she is doing. It was a lovely afternoon.”
Fabulous Digital has contacted the Palace for comment.
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