Reports say Meghan, 37, and Kate are not on friendly terms - but will they put their reported differences behind them at the polo match?
"You go to Wimbledon on your free tickets, in the royal box the best seats in the house, and you take your two bezzies, and they sit there next to you and they're getting free seats in the best place in the house. She gets the lack of privacy and I hope they [the couples] are not fighting". Reportedly, the Duchess of Sussex appeared at Wimbledon last week to cheer on Serena Williams on Centre Court but according to one spectator, the Duchess made one bold demand while there. I'm sorry Harry, because I love Harry.
The photos were blocked despite Wimbledon's court hosting almost 15,000 people, with millions more watching at home.
Miz Markle's area where she and college friends Genevieve Hillis and Lindsay Roth were seated was largely cleared out from fellow attendees, which seemed to only draw more attention to her during the match!
She added: "Also, you are a royal, you are not an actor".
"A private capacity, at Wimbledon?".
"It's not uncommon for personal protection officers accompanying any members of the Royal Family to ask people not to take pictures so they can engage with people and events rather than camera phones.""It's rankly hypocritical and they're not private people, they're the Duke and Duchess of Sussex".
Not only was the service kept away from the public eye within the inner sanctum Windsor Castle but the identities of Archie godparents were kept a secret too.
Touching on the rumours that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are "fighting" with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, O'Neal said, "I think Kate really gets it".
It came as Meghan and Harry upset fans by withholding details about their son Archie's christening. "The godparents, keeping with their wishes, will remain private".