The worst part of Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s split is over.

There are rumors that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are feuding. When Prince Harry and Markle decided to move out of Kensington Palace and start their own charity, their rumored beef intensified.

However, according to Duncan Larcombe, the worst part of Middleton and Markle’s maybe over and they could not spur each other in a positive way. Royal biographer Andrew Morton, author of “Meghan: A Hollywood Princess,” believes that the duchesses are “stronger together.”

“If Kate and Meghan can join forces they can still be a dynamic duo who bring glamour to the Royal Family, but also a much-needed humanitarian dimension,” Morton said.

“They are stronger together and could do turbo-charged work to help those less fortunate if they co-ordinate.”

Markle has officially returned to her royal duties last Thursday at the launch of her capsule collection for Smart Works. Markle delivered a speech at the event and revealed that women should support each other.

“As women it is 100 per cent our responsibility to support and uplift each other. To champion each other as we aim to succeed. To not set each other up for failure but instead really be there, rallying around each other and saying, ‘I want to help you’,” Markle told the audience.

Meanwhile, some criticized Markle’s speech because for them, she was too focused on herself. The Duchess of Sussex reportedly used the word “I” directly and non-directly 43 times.

One netizen took to Twitter and aired her opinion. According to her, Markle’s speech is “slick-talking, fake empathy, charming patter” that was all about the speaker.

Markle was also accused of using her son Archie in the same speech. Markle wrapped up her speech saying that she had to rush home to feed her baby. Netizens sarcastically questioned Markle who fed her baby when she flew to New York to support  her friend Serena Williams’ game at the U.S. Open finals a week ago.

kate meghan Kate Middleton, on the left at St Luke's Community Centre on March 22, 2018 in London, and Meghan Markle, at Cardiff Castle on Jan. 18, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales. Photo: Ben Bircall/Paul Edwards/WPA Pool/Getty Images