Meghan Markle recently ignited rumors of her alleged fight with Kate Middleton after she was accused of snubbing the mom of three on her wedding anniversary.

On Sunday, a video from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s nuptials was uploaded on Instagram. Other than Prince Harry and Markle, the short clip also featured the other members of the royal family, some of the couple’s royal staff and their guests. But evidently missing is Middleton, who was present at the couple’s royal wedding.

Lydia Major, a journalist for The Sun, took note of Middleton’s absence from the anniversary post. After all, the 16 photos also featured Middleton’s children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and her husband, Prince William.

But by the looks of it, Middleton was not intentionally left out of the festivities. It’s possible that the person that created the clip focused more on choosing photos that had significance to the royal couple.

For instance, a photo of Markle with Prince Charles and another photo with Doria Ragland was more significant because the future king walked Markle down the aisle, and Ragland is her mother.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte were part of Markle and Prince Harry’s entourage, while Prince William was Prince Harry’s best man. Even Clara Madden, one of Markle and Prince Harry’s staff, was featured in the video because she was the one that handed Markle her fresh bouquet of flowers.

Middleton, on the other hand, just attended the royal wedding as a guest and wasn’t given a special role. Markle didn’t have a maid of honor, and even if she did, it would’ve have been impossible for her to tap the mom of three for the part.

Markle and Middleton’s rumored feud first came to light after the former and Prince Harry’s nuptials wrapped up. Reports swirled that the “Suits” alum made Middleton cry during Princess Charlotte’s bridesmaid dress fitting. However, a spokesperson for the palace has said that there’s no truth to the reports.

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