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The last Royal denial came from Buckingham Palace in November, after The Sun reported that the Duchess of Sussex "bitched out" the Duchess of Cambridge's staff.

The Royal Family has been a matriarchal system for a while but since they are not overtly supporting Meghan's feminist views, it makes us wonder why the Palace is not more vocal with their support for Meghan Markle's feminism?

Kensington Palace issued a rare denial after a Vanity Fair report suggested Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plan to raise their child with a "fluid approach to gender".

In some of the photos, Meghan and Kate can be seen laughing and smiling at one another but it's the one of Kate greeting Meghan that really shows the close relationship between the pair.

They added: "They will definitely stay in touch and Amy will be on hand for any advice and help that is needed in the future". "I was very happy that it reignited the conversation, because the gender pay gap is real", Lisa said in an interview with Stellar magazine previous year.

Prince Harry Duke of Sussex is said to be under the influence of Meghan Duchess of Sussex and her acting skills. Dominic Lipinski  AFP

Former actress Meghan lived in Toronto for several years while filming Suits.

"Melissa is a hugely talented person", the source said. The French assistant who played a "pivotal role in the success of the Royal Wedding" left her appointment after "putting up with a lot".

Markle also revealed her secret to avoiding the negativity on social media, when the topic of disrespectful comments directed to women in positions of power flood social platforms.

January 14: During a trip to Birkenhead in northern England, Meghan told well-wishers that she was six months pregnant but said the gender of her baby would be a surprise.

The theme for this year's service is "A Connected Commonwealth" which highlights the co-operation between the culturally diverse family of nations who work together in friendship.

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