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Meghan Markle: an e-mail reveals that she had informed Kensington of her problems with Kate Middleton


Meghan would have shared her concerns with the royal family well before her interview on CBS. An email sent to an assistant could prove it.

In an article for “Harper’s Bazaar”, it is revealed that Meghan Markle had long alerted the royal family about her differences with Kate Middleton. During the interview with Oprah Winfrey on March 7, the Duchess of Sussex returned to the days before her wedding, when Kate had made her cry. Contrary to rumors, the Duchess of Cambridge would have disturbed the bride-to-be and not the other way around. Meghan Markle would have then informed the royal family that an article of “Tatler” conveyed false information about this feud with her sister-in-law. Despite his requests the palace would not have reacted, according to the biographer.


When Kensington Palace asked Meghan and Harry to sign a statement saying that Prince William did not bully them into leaving the royal family, Meghan reportedly replied to an aide, “Well, if we’re going to be throwing out press releases all over the place, maybe Kensington Palace can finally set the record straight on the fact that I didn’t make Kate cry. “According to “Harper’s Bazaar”, he was told that the Duchess of Cambridge should never be involved in gossip. On March 10, Omid Scobie also interviewed actress Janina Gavankar, who is close to Meghan Markle. She claimed that “emails and messages” proved that the Windsors were aware of Prince Harry’s wife’s problems.

During the interview broadcast on CBS, the mother-to-be of a baby girl told Oprah Winfrey that she had suicidal thoughts when she was pregnant with Archie. Despite Buckingham’s promises, she didn’t feel protected by the royal family either. As for the incident with Kate Middleton, it ended with an apology from the latter.

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