Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle will be united this Christmas. Pictured: Middleton, Markle applaud ahead of the Ladies' Singles final match between Serena Williams of The United States and Angelique Kerber of Germany on day twelve of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 14, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Michael Steele

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle will appear to have a united front during this year’s Christmas celebrations.

The Duchesses are being rumored to be feuding with each other, but they will set their differences aside to have a memorable gathering with the royal family. Victoria Murphy, a royal journalist, told Sky News said that it is guaranteed that Middleton and Markle will head to church together with their respective husbands on Christmas Day.

“This does come amid suggestions that they haven’t been getting on, amid rumors of rifts over the last few weeks, last few months. But, certainly, if they have been any of those behind closed doors, we won’t see any of that on Christmas Day,” she said.

Royal expert Martin Townsend told Nine Network that Christmas period would be regimented for the royal family. He said that the order of arrival of the royals in Sandringham may already cause more friction not only between Middleton and Markle but the other royals as well.

The entire Christmas Eve schedule has also been lined up properly, and all the members of the royal family are expected to follow it. The festivities will kick off with an afternoon tea, a black-tie meal in the evening and several dress changes throughout the day.

On Christmas Day, the Queen is expected to give a Christmas speech to the British public and the world. This year’s address will focus on kindness and respect despite people’s strongly opposing views. Markle and Middleton are expected to sit together while watching Her Majesty’s speech.

But during the two-day occasion, Prince Harry and Markle won’t be staying with Prince William and Middleton in their home in Anmer Hall. Last year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stayed in Anmer Hall because Sandringham felt a little too crowded for them.

This year, Prince Harry and Markle opted to stay with the Queen and the other members of the royal family in Sandringham amid rumors that the “Suits” alum is feuding with Middleton, according to People.