Kate Middleton’s family is being dragged into Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s ongoing issues. And there are claims that the Middletons are opposed to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s link-up.

On the online forum site Quora, royal fans said that it is unlikely that Middleton’s parents and siblings would make such an asinine statement against the Sussexes. Peter de Loriol, a self-employed individual, said that the claims may have just been made up by the tabloid.

“Irrespective of any comments or further debate, the Duchess of Sussex did sign a pre-nuptial agreement to avoid any flack. So, could we please leave this unsavory and pointless exercise,” he said.

Heather Clarke, a nursing graduate, said that the link between Middleton’s family and the Sussexes was just made up by tabloids.

“As far as I know the Middletons have made no statement or interview stating that. Instead, it's insinuation and guessing and story writing from the tabloid press. There is no reason after all. If they wanted Pippa to marry Prince Harry, she's already married. Meghan is no threat to Catherine's marriage or position,” she said.

“It doesn't matter how outspoken Meghan is or how happy Prince Harry is or isn't. The Middletons will still have 3 (right now) cute grandchildren from the Cambridge marriage and they are still the in-laws of the future King,” Clarke added.

Donna Stevens, a financial advisor also said a similar thing. She said that she has never heard of any news about Middleton’s family opposing a Prince Harry and Markle link up. Before the Duke of Sussex even met the Duchess of Sussex, he could have already gone out with Middleton’s younger sister if he wanted to, but he didn’t.

“I mean, really, practically anyone could have gone out with Harry, if they’d wanted to. he was so desperate for a wife! But I don’t know where you’ve got your information from. Maybe a Christmas cracker? ” she said.

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton attend the first annual Royal Foundation Forum held at Aviva on Feb. 28, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson