Bad blood, schmad slood.
We think you get the annoying point.
But just to get a lot more specific and far less irritating:
In the face of ongoing rumors that they totally hate each other and refuse to be in the same room together, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle have changed their holiday plans.
Instead of the former and Prince William spending Christman with the Middletons in Bucklebury, People Magazine has confirmed that they'll join the rest of the Royal Family in Norfolk with the Queen at Sandringham.
This includes, of course, Markle and Prince Harry.
Quick! Someone prepare the Royal Boxing Gloves!
As you very likely have heard about by now, Middleton and Markle do not get along.
According to one recent report, Markle actually made Kate cry this past spring when Middleton was expecting her third baby and her figure was therefore not in pristine condition...
... and yet Markle pressured her and bullied her during a dress fitting for her wedding to Harry.
Could this be why Markle and Harry are moving far away from Kensington Palace?
Yes, many Internet users believe.
Per People Magazine, William and Kate will stay at their nearby resident of Anmer Hall with kids Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3, and 7-month-old Prince Louis for the upcoming holiday.
The specifics on where Harry and Meghan are staying haven’t been provided “at this stage," an insider tells the publication.
Needless to write, however, considering that Harry and Meghan only just got married in May, this will be the first Christmas the Princess and the Duchesses all spend together as husbands and wives.
What could go wrong?!?
Typically, William and Kate alternative between spending this time of year with his loved ones and with her loved ones.
They had been scheduled to hit up the Middletons this year, with Kate’s mom, Carole, recently talking about preparing the house for her grandchildren in her first-ever interview.
She said that she likes to have as many Christmas trees as possible in her house, including one for each of her grandchildren’s rooms “so that they can decorate it themselves.”
And now, sadly, how fruitless.
We continue to write about the supposed tension between Markle and Middleton, but we do wish to reiterate that we cannot confirm its validity.
However, it is worth noting that Kensington Palace took the VERY unusual step of commenting on a story in The Sun last week.
After that British newspaper reported on an argument between Kate and Meghan shortly before the latter's nuptials on May 19, Royal sources responded and said the claim simply doesn't have merit.
"This never happened," the Palace has now said of the alleged fight.
Sure. Whatever you say, Palace.
What WILL happen now, though, is Meghan and Kate spending Christmas as a family and every single person on the planet studying their faces to see just how real or fake their smiles look.