Dec 02, 2016 10:07 AM EST

Prince William, Kate Middleton Divorce: Royal Couple Ending Relationship Due To Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Tie Up? Truth Revealed!

Kate Middleton and Prince William are said to end their royal love story as Prince William has chosen to support the relationship of his brother, Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. With this the Duchess of Cambridge as of the moment is not in good terms with Prince Willam resulting to a possible divorce.

According to GamenGuide, Kate Middleton was furious when she found out that Prince William supported and approved Prince Harry's tie up with Meghan Markle. Reports have claimed that the Duchess of Cambridge believe that Meghan Markle as a competitor to be Queen of the British monarchy.

With the approval given to his brother, Prince William and Kate Middleton got into a back and forth dispute that lead the Duchess of Cambridge to depression. With this event happening, both parties are not in good condition as of the moment which then could possibly result in a divorce.

Although Prince William issued in a statement last week on a saturday saying that the Duke of Cambridge understands the circumstance in accordance to privacy and the need to support his brother Harry. With this being said, the Duchess of Cambridge was upset and not happy which only made it worse.

According to Headlines and Global News, the Queen is also in favor of the relationship of Harry and Meghan even though she has been in the hollywood star dome. The Queen sees her to be a more compatible person to take over her seat in the future that is because of the humanitarian efforts that she done in the past and present time.

Prior to Harry-Meghan relationship, the younger sister of Kate Middleton is about to get wed soon and lately has been enjoying the attention she is getting from the media. However, the issue of Kate Middleton's third pregnancy took the spotlight away from her which caused her to be fluster.

Prince William and Kate Middleton have not commented on the rumors stated about them. For more about the latest news and updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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