Kate Middleton is not jealous of Meghan Markle and Prince Charles has no favorite between the two.

Star reported that the Prince of Wales has "already started playing palace favorite" and that he prefers Prince Harry's fiancé over Prince William's wife. The Duchess of Cambridge reportedly "keeps whining" about the issue.

"Kate's intuition is absolutely right. Charles does indeed enjoy spending time with Harry's beautiful bride," a so-called source said. "[Prince Charles] says the American actress is absolutely charming and relatable. In contrast, HRH’s conversations with daughter-in-law Kate often tend to become… rather awkward. With Meg, Charles feels more himself."

However, a palace source told Gossip Cop that the report was "rubbish." Prince Charles doesn't prefer Markle over Middleton. In fact, he is not playing favorites between the two. Also, the Duchess of Cambridge is not jealous with her future sister-in-law.

Middleton and Markle are often compared, but there are no issues between the two women. In fact, based on their body language during their first joint engagement, they have a "sisterly relationship."

"From their body language, smiles, and eye contact, I think they have a respectful, friendly, and sisterly relationship with no micro-expressions of anger, disgust, or discontent. They're on a solid foundation and seem to be getting more comfortable with each other," expert Blanca Cobb said.

Also, the "Horrible Bosses" actress reportedly visits the Duchess of Cambridge and even helps her with her pregnancy. Markle and Middleton share a cup of tea from time to time and talk about healthy practices.

"She shares tips she's read about healthy eating," a source told Us Weekly.

Whenever Markle visits Middleton, the Duke of Cambridge makes sure that his future sister-in-law is comfortable."William does all he can to make sure she's comfortable," the insider added. "He just wants her to feel supported."

In related news, a new survey reveals that Prince Harry and Markle are more relatable than Middleton. The groom-to-be tops the survey while his fiancée comes second. The majority of Markle's supporters felt that she's more tune into the public because "she was an actress in the public eye before the engagement." Others find her being a "feminist" a factor, the rest thinks she's "down to earth."