Will and Kate fight. And it's war for Christmas lunch without the Middleton

Will and Kate fight. And it's war for Christmas lunch without the Middleton

William and Kate, a fairytale couple

We have no doubts now. Kate Middleton is expecting a female. The signs are unequivocal. First of all, the Duchess of Cambridge is much thinner than when she was expecting George; morning sickness does not pass; she changed her look when she returned to the public, daring with transparencies, mini skirts and killer heels. And now she also argues with William, the only one who has always defended and protected her, even looking for her midwife.

The reason is trivial, she would like to live the pregnancy at her home where she would be more serene and comforted by her mother. William, however, does not agree and would like his wife to return to Kensington Palace. According to rumors, therefore, in spite of the smiles shown in public, William and Kate would be experiencing a period of tension.

To make matters worse, the organization of the Christmas holidays. With which of their families will the couple spend Christmas? It seems that it was Queen Elizabeth who arranged a stylish lunch at Sandringham House, near Anmer Hall, the residence chosen by William and Kate for the winter holidays.

So all for lunch with the sovereign? Not exactly, the Middletons have not been invited, although they will be welcome for a tea with pastries. "It is very unlikely that Kate's parents will arrive for Christmas day. The Queen loves Kate very much, she does not intend to exclude her family, but if all the wives of her children and grandchildren arrived for lunch there would be no room, not even in the Sandringham House living room, "a source close to the Daily Mail revealed.

So Kate will see her parents at the traditional mass but she will separate from them for lunch. However, the Duchess of Cambrige will find a way to spend a splendid Christmas next to the men of her life, William and little George.

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