Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton are once again being rumored to be feuding with each other following the birth of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

After Markle gave birth to her son on May 6, Prince William and Middleton attended a royal engagement and they were asked if they have already met their nephew. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge said that they haven’t.

The revelation of the royal couple was immediately linked to previous rumors that the Cambridges are not in good terms with the Sussexes. Martina Bet, a journalist for Express, went on to say that Middleton didn’t follow in Princess Diana’s footsteps.

In 1988, Princess Diana immediately took her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, to the hospital to meet their newborn cousin, Princess Beatrice. Sarah Ferguson had just given birth to her and Prince Andrew’s eldest daughter when she was visited by Princess Diana and her nephews.

However, Middleton and Prince William didn’t do the same thing with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. But the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s decision to wait for a couple of days before introducing their children to their cousin may have to do with their busy schedule.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are still in school at the moment. And on the day that Archie was born, Middleton and Prince William had a royal engagement.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex, previously gave an insight on why she also waited for a couple of days before meeting Prince George. According to the mom of two, she decided to wait for a while before visiting Prince George and Middleton because she wanted to give their family time to enjoy their bundle of joy.

But even though Sophie didn’t visit Prince George shortly after his birth, she made sure to send Prince William and Middleton her message of congratulations. Prince William and Middleton also did the same thing for Prince Harry and Markle after Archie’s birth.

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Pictured: Markle and Middleton after attending the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on March 11, 2019 in London. Getty Images/Kirsty Wigglesworth