Meghan Markle's assistant Melissa Toubati 'quit in tears over demands'

Meghan Markle reportedly considering a royal baby birth at home

Kensington Palace spokesperson takes unusual step of addressing the Meghan & Kate 'feud'

With similar gossip mounting in the United Kingdom press, a Kensington Palace rep actually spoke up: "This never happened", he tells the Sun.

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, is, however, "aware" of the negative headlines about her and "believes the press is out to get her", according to an insider.

Meghan avoids reading stories about herself as she's a "believer in karma", a source has claimed.

There have also been suggestions that Meghan is demanding with staff, with claims that her personal assistant Melissa Toubati handed in her notice after being left in tears.

While Prince Harry is known to read the newspapers, Meghan's policy is to steer clear and ignore the coverage, a source has said. Speaking to Good Housekeeping magazine, she said: "Like me, Meghan probably never dreamt that she'd have a life like this, and the pressure you feel - from yourself and from others - can sometimes feel like a lot".

Right before Christmas past year, Harry had apparently accused Kate and William of not being welcoming enough to Meghan.

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The author also noted that Middleton exerted efforts to explain the royal rules to Markle, but her advice didn't go down well with Prince Harry's wife.

And this weekend news leaked from the Daily Mail sources that Markle had wanted an improvement before she walked down the aisle at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in her May wedding.

Queen Elizabeth II welcomed all four of her children in private residences-her three sons in Buckingham Palace, and Princess Anne in Clarence House, as the palace was under construction at the time.

The source told The Mirror: 'Her job was highly pressurised and in the end it became too much.

Rumours of a royal rift are escalating as it is alleged the Cambridges and the Sussexes will spend Christmas apart this year.

The speculation about their birth plan is hardly surprising; earlier this year, there were plenty of claims Duchess Catherine had her heart set on a home birth for Prince Louis, but the 36-year-old returned to the Lindo Wing.

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