Another rumour went that the Cambridges were going to spend Christmas with Kate's parents rather than Wills's family, so as to avoid Meghan, and Harry, who's become increasing "dictatorial" about having the red carpet rolled out for his new wife and mother-to-be of his first child.
This comes after other publications suggested Kate had been reduced to tears over Princess Charlotte's "stressful" dress fitting ahead of Meghan and Prince Harry's nuptials earlier this year.
The Hollywood agent says that she knows how much Markle wants to have kids, and she says her friend and former client will be a lovely mom because she is nurturing.
Prince Harry and Michelle have on numerous occasions teamed up to uplift various communities.
The organization is near and dear to Harry, who is a patron of the charity along with his brother Prince William.
Prince Harry and Meghan at the Centenary of the Armistice Service last month.
In recent weeks, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made numerous headlines all over the world thanks to their first pregnancy announcement, their first royal trip overseas as a married couple, and their decision to move out of Kensington Palace.
Catherine and William also showed off their parenting skills as they joined in with some festive Christmas cracker making, before getting involved in an impromptu fake snowball fight as they made their way back to their apartment after the party. Pending more info, Kate Middleton would have slapped Meghan Markle during their marriage.
To combat that, the Duchess of Sussex should not be afraid to play a longer game.
The regal family is expected to attend the morning service on Christmas Day in Sandringham, as they did past year. The families will accompany Queen Elizabeth II for the Christmas holiday, according to a People magazine report released Monday.
But a spokesman for Kensington Palace said: "This never happened".
In the official baby announcement, Kensington Palace merely stated that the royal baby would be making an appearance in the United Kingdom spring, which is our autumn 2019.