Prince William gave away a royal honor to someone important to Meghan Markle.

The Duke of Cambridge made a gesture that could mean that he was offering an olive branch to his sister-in-law amid rumors that they were feuding. Just recently, Prince William honored a charity that Markle is involved in.

On Tuesday, Prince William presented the Chair of Smart Works charity Sarah Burns an MBE for Services to Disadvantaged Women. According to Express, the Duchess of Sussex will surely be delighted that Burns has been recognized for her work and presented a royal honor by Prince William himself.

Markle is a patron and vocal champion of Smart Works charity. She launched a special clothing collection with a theme earlier this year. Smart Works provides interview clothing, styling advice and coaching to unemployed women with the aim of helping them get back into the workforce.

Prince Harry’s wife has been a huge supporter of the charity since she became its patron. Markle has also helped the charity raised its profile. She featured the organization when she guest-edited an issue for Vogue in September.

Prince William and Markle will be reuniting over the weekend for the Remembrance Day ceremony. Many are looking forward to that event since it would be the first time in months for the Cambridges and Sussexes to make an appearance together along with the other members of the royal family.

Many are also excited to witness Prince Harry and Kate Middleton’s reunion. Prince William’s wife and brother have shared a close friendship over the years. However, the Duke of Sussex has not spent much time with his brother and sister-in-law after he married Markle.

In related news, there are rumors that the Queen will be taking away the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s title, homes and allowance. However, netizens have different opinion about the report. Some didn’t take it seriously because they knew that there are a lot of false reports about the royal couple.

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Prince William, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend an Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey on April 25, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Eddie Mulholland