Nov 29, 2016 06:20 AM EST

Prince William Approves Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Relationship; Royal Couple's Issue About Divorce Confirmed?

The rumors about Prince William and Kate Middleton's divorce continue to spread. There are also new reports about the Duke of Cambridge's approval of the relationship between Prince Harry and the "Suits" actress Meghan Markle.

For the past weeks, the rumors between Prince William and Kate Middleton filing for divorce is very visible to the public. It is frequently reported about the issues regarding the status of their marriage. Jobs & Hire previously reported about Prince William indirectly humiliated his wife (referring to being materialistic), though it is not really clear if he really meant it in that way. But in the interview, he wants Prince George and Princess Charlotte to grow up simple; never blinded about the materialistic side of the world.

According to GameNGuide, Prince William approves the relationship between Prince Harry and the "Suits" actress; which caused for Kate Middleton to be depressed. In another report, the Duchess of Cambridge does not want Markle to be part of the royal family and to inherit the throne. Celebrity Dirty Laundry also reported that Middleton thinks Meghan Markle's charitable and humanitarian act is not genuine; she's only doing these to make a good image and impression to the public.

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth thinks that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge does not deserve the throne and become the next rulers of the Kingdom. According to the Queen, Prince Harry and Markle are more qualified and deserving, as they were more engaged to charity works. Furthermore, the Queen also thinks that the Duchess of Cambridge is just using Prince George and Prince Charlotte to avoid her royal duties, as reported by HNGN.

The royal couple are reportedly to have a fight because of these issues. So, is the news surfacing about their divorce  true or not? The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge remains silent; there's no confirmation from them and it is still considered as a rumor.

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