Does this video show Prince William giving Meghan Markle the cold shoulder on Christmas Day?
Rumors of an alleged Royal feud have been circulating for weeks now, with the majority of sources reporting that there has been growing tension between Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. According to reports, the Duchess' feud began back in May when "bossy Meghan" left Kate in tears during a bridesmaid dress fitting for Princess Charlotte.
Since then, the pair has put on a united front in a bid to quell the rumors which have reportedly frustrated Meghan who, as a new member of the Royal Family, is getting used to the fact that she cannot respond to what is being written about her in the press. And now, footage has emerged suggesting that the alleged feud is with someone else entirely.
This is the moment Prince William seemingly gave Meghan the cold shoulder on Christmas Day:
After the Christmas service at St. Mary Magdalene Church at Sandringham, England, Prince William, 36, was filmed repeatedly fidgeting with his scarf in response to Meghan's apparent attempt to begin a conversation with him.
In the video, Meghan, 37, can be seen turning to try and catch the future king's eye, but instead of engaging in conversation with a woman who is mere feet away from him, he opts to fix his scarf - seemingly as a way of politely ignoring her in public.
While some might argue that what's happening in the footage is being blown out of proportion, it comes in the wake of rumors that there has also been a rift between William and Hary after William questioned Meghan's suitability as his wife.
And that's not to mention the fact that Meghan and Harry announced that they would be moving out of Kensington Palace which, until now, they had shared with William and Kate to move to the more rural Frogmore Cottage outside London - a move which many have speculated is the culmination of growing tensions between the "Fab Four".
Although there is an argument to be made that Meghan has been treated unfairly by the press, as the old saying goes, there is no smoke without fire, and just six months after she married Prince Harry, her closest personal aide, Melissa Toubati, 39, who had previously worked "happily" for singer Robbie Williams, suddenly quit.
A source said of the departure to MailOnline: "It's a real shock, Why would she want to leave such a prestigious job so soon?"
In an interview with The Sun, a source revealed that the Queen had told the fab four to put their differences to the side to put on a united display on Christmas Day: "The Queen and Charles have allowed the situation to play out without overtly interfering - but they both made it clear that Christmas was for the whole family to really come together."
"That meant the two couples walking into church together as the Fab Four just like they had last year. Yes, it was awkward and uncomfortable given what's gone on over the past 12 months," the source continued. "But the alternative of even more negativity on Christmas Day wasn't worth thinking about."
These reports come in the wake of claims that the now Duchess of Sussex arranged for marijuana to be handed out in party bags to guests at her first wedding to film director Trevor Engelson in Jamaica, where the drug was illegal at the time.
In text messages to a friend, who had apparently suggested that the substance be distributed to guests in party bags, the Duchess reportedly wrote: "Already ordered 'em. And teeny ones for the pot that say 'shh'."
Sources even went as far as to claim that Meghan helped guests at the wedding roll joints and inserted filter tips before the drugs were placed into party bags. It had reportedly been purchased by Engelson through a member of staff at their hotel.
These rumors were further substantiated by Meghan's father, Thomas, who said that guests at her first wedding had been given marijuana, but he chose not to smoke it, adding: "It's illegal, but it's no big deal in Jamaica."
"It's almost customary down there. I don't smoke weed and to the best of my knowledge nor does Meghan."
Mr. Markle recently opened up about his estranged daughter's first wedding to rubbish claims that he did not attend.
Pictured below is Meghan's nephew, Tyler Dooley, 25, who is a cannabis farmer in Oregon.
Incredibly, to capitalize on the publicity of the Royal Wedding, Tyler launched a new strain which he dubbed "Markle Sparkle".
Regardless of whether or not Meghan and the guests at her first wedding had a penchant for marijuana, we can only hope that the Fab Four resolve their differences soon - if, of course, there is any truth to the rumors of a growing rift among them.