Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton were all smiles Tuesday as they walked to Christmas church services, despite rumors of a royal rift.
There was no trace of frostiness between the duchesses as they glided toward the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham, chatting happily and greeting hundreds of well-wishers.
Rumors of a feud between the women surfaced following reports that Meghan and Prince Harry, 34, would be moving from their Kensington Palace residence to Frogmore Cottage next year, after the birth of their first child in the spring.
But the “Fab Four” appeared as a united front as they greeted adoring crowds lined up outside the church in the English countryside.
After the services, the royals congregated at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate for a roast turkey lunch, according to the Daily Mail. In the afternoon, they watched the Queen’s annual televised address to the nation.
Harry is expected to bow out of the royals’ annual Boxing Day pheasant shoot in support of his animal-loving wife.
Paul McCartney‘s Christmas message to his fans around the world: Don’t be like me and eat and drink too much.
The 76-year-old former Beatle tweeted his lighthearted holiday wishes Tuesday illustrated with photos from his younger days.
He says “don’t eat and drink too much! I know I will, but that’s no excuse for you” before wishing everyone a good holiday.
He says “I hope you enjoy all your presents and I hope you remember the true meaning of Christmas, which is love and peace and being good to each other.”
McCartney briefly reunited with Beatles drummer Ringo Starr at a London concert last week.
Have a brilliant Christmas everyone! Don’t eat and drink too much! I know I will, but that’s no excuse for you. I hope you enjoy all your presents and I hope you remember the true meaning of Christmas, which is love and peace and being good to each other – so HAPPY CHRISTMAS! pic.twitter.com/I2VPeA88k9
— Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) December 25, 2018
The actor posted a festive photo of his family decked out in red and green attire, silly hats and funny faces in front of a Christmas tree on Monday.
“Jada LOOOOVES Christmas! I think she’s finally Rubbin’ Off on the rest of us,” Smith wrote. “Merry Christmas Eve, Everybody!”
The actor was surrounded by his wife Jada Pinkett Smith, her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris, and his children Willow, Jaden and Trey Smith.