Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Queen Elizabeth Fuels Feud Rumors By Removing Photo of Duchess Meghan & Prince HarryCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Queen Elizabeth Fuels Feud Rumors By Removing Photo of Duchess Meghan & Prince Harry

By Meghan Khameraj

In celebrity news, Queen Elizabeth reportedly removed a photo of Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry from Buckingham Palace. According to, the photo was first spotted in 2018 when the Queen met with Conservative leader Boris Johnson. Recently, the Queen was photographed with the High Commissioner for Grenada, Lakisha Granta, but this time the photo of Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry was mysteriously missing. Tensions have been brewing amongst the royal family after the famous couples’ names were pulled from Prince William and Duchess Kate‘s charity. Prince Harry stated,” …we’re brothers, we’ll always be brothers. We’re certainly on different paths at the moment, but I’ll always be there for him and as I know he’ll always be there for me.”

In celebrity news, the rumors are alive and well when it comes to a feud between this royal couple and their royal family.  What are some ways to handle a rocky relationship with your in-laws?

Cupid’s Advice:

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have been the center of a lot of discourse among the royal family and overall British population. Though Harry and Meghan understand their relationship is subject to public opinion, Cupid has some relationship advice to help you mend a rocky relationship with your partner’s family:

1. Talk to your partner: Be sure that your partner is aware of the issues at hand. It might be ideal for them to discuss the problems with their family members before you actually get involved. Sit down with your significant other and establish the best way to address the problem.

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2. Speak to the family members: Once you’ve spoken to your partner you should try to speak to the people in their family that don’t seem to like you. It’s important to be kind and not come off as though you’re attacking them as that will just cause more problems. Clearly convey your feelings while also listening to their grievances.

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3. Accept and move forward: If you happen to work the situation out, try to forget any bad blood that may have been spilled between you and your partner’s family. You don’t want to bring up any past issues as you can finally move forward with your relationship. However, relationships may not be that easy. If you can’t seem to work through your issues with your partner’s family, you should talk to your significant other about the best way to continue your relationship.

How do you deal with your partner’s family if they don’t like you? Let us know in the comments below!