Meghan Markle and Kate to reunite after ‘unbearable strain’ between them

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are set to publicly reunite in July as the Royal Family hopes to come together for the Commonwealth Day Service, despite a year of "unbearable strain", an expert believes.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will come face to face for the first time since Megxit rocked The Firm.

Issues between Meghan and Kate and Prince William and Prince Harry are still reportedly unresolved, and the Royals still have "things to overcome" in order to move on with their lives and duties.

Speaking on True Royalty TV's The Royal Beat, royal expert Katie Nicholl claims that things have greatly improved – even though they're not back to where they were.

Katie claims: "There is no suggestion that this friendship or relationship is what it once was, it's come under unbearable strain.

"This time last year they weren’t talking to one and another.

"William was so angry with Harry that he didn't go to that lunch ahead of the Sandringham Summit, that's how bad things were."

The expert added that a year on from Prince Harry and Meghan’s bombshell decision, the foursome appear to be in a better place.

It was reported Kate and William spent the holiday season in touch with the Royals and presents were exchanged.

She said: "If you fast forward a year and look at now, yes they spent the holiday season in touch and presents were exchanged, they were on Zoom calls.

"There is an ocean between them, there is a big time difference. There is a distance between them."

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She added: "Things are better. There are still things to overcome but I think they all realise that for the greater good, you do have to move on in life."

Prince William and Prince Harry came together for the first time July as the brothers confirmed they have commissioned a statue in remembrance of their late mother Princess Diana.

It will sit in the Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace, where Diana lived before she died and the Cambridge family's current home.

Katie said: "That July moment with the unveiling of the statue, I think the intention is that the four of them will be together."

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