Their rumoured tiff has the world enthralled - from reports of Duchesses in tears to diva-worthy demands, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle's seemingly amicable relationship is certainly up for debate at the moment.
But when it comes to Christmas, family comes first, even where royal feuds are concerned, it appears.
Contrary to reports that Kate and Meghan (and their respective husbands William and Harry) are at loggerheads with each other, a source revealed to the Daily Mail that the two couples would still celebrate December 25th together at Sandringham.
It was previously reported that the couples would likely spend Christmas separately this year, with the Cambridges opting to spend the day with the Middleton clan.
The separation only fuelled rumours of a rift between the two couples further.
However a source revealed to The Mail: "Reports regarding Christmas are wrong. Everyone is in Norfolk this year."
The information comes after reports that the Duchess of Cambridge had told Meghan not to berate members of her team at Kensington Palace, according to The Sun.
"Her and Kate fell out when she b**ked Kate's staff," a source told the publication.
The explosive allegations also came off the back of claims that Kate was left in tears following a tense bridesmaid dress fitting with Meghan for her daughter Princess Charlotte ahead of Meghan and Harry's wedding.
However, the Mail reported that well placed sources within the royal fold had denied any major falling out.
Meanwhile The Mirror reported that Buckingham Palace was forced to deny the claims that there was a row between Meghan and Kate.
"This never happened," the statement from the Palace read.
And it appears the royals themselves are also proving the point. Last week, Kate was videoed speaking to crowds as she attended at official engagement at Leicester University on Wednesday, November 28.
When asked if she was excited about the arrival of Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry's new baby, Kate animatedly replied: "Yeah, absolutely!" before adding: "It's such a special time to have little kiddies."
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And it wasn't just Catherine who is excited for the arrival of the new royal baby - her three children are also eagerly awaiting a new cousin.
"A cousin for George, Charlotte and Louis as well! It's really, really special," she added.
The two Duchesses also seem to be following each others lead when it comes to fashion. The pair were both pictured wearing red ensembles during separate engagements on the same day in late November.
We can't help but wonder whether this was a subtle showing of a united front from the pair...