A new report from Harper’s Bazaar claims that Meghan Markle sent an email about not making Kate Middleton cry over flower girl dresses. Scroll to ascertain what Meghan allegedly wrote.
A resurfaced email allegedly from Meghan Markle highlights just how unsupported the Duchess of Sussex felt by the royalty , just days after Meghan and Prince Harry’s bombshell tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
For Harper’s Bazaar, royal editor-at-large Omid Scobie, who is additionally the author of Meghan and Harry’s biography Finding Freedom, further elaborated on an event with Kate Middleton that Meghan spoke about during the highly anticipated March 7 interview on CBS.
In the special, Meghan talked about how British tabloids said that she had made Kate cry during a disagreement over flower girl dresses for her wedding to Harry in 2018. However, the Duchess told Oprah that reverse was true: Kate had made her cry, and eventually apologized for it.
Now, Omid has shared an alleged email from Meghan to at least one of her aides, which notes how the royalty , as Meghan and Harry discussed, did nothing to squash the rumors of this particular situation—despite choosing to pack up false claims about other members of the family.
When Kensington Palace asked Meghan and Harry to log off on a press release that said Prince William wasn’t bullying the couple before they decided to step faraway from their royalty duties, Meghan allegedly replied to her aide, “Well, if we’re just throwing any statement out there now, then perhaps KP can finally set the record straight about me [not making Kate cry.]”
Of the Kate situation, Meghan told Oprah that what Kate said, which she kept vague, “made me cry and it really hurt my feelings,” adding, “I thought, within the context of everything else that was happening in those days resulting in the marriage , that it didn’t add up to not be just doing whatever—what everyone else was doing, which was trying to be supportive, knowing what was happening with my dad and whatnot.”
Kate, ultimately, “apologized and sent flowers and a note.” However, Meghan claimed that the royalty “wouldn’t let her” negate the story.
One of the foremost significant things that Meghan discussed in her interview with Oprah was how she felt unprotected by the royalty , who had convinced her that that they had her back.
“I did anything they told me to try to to ,” Meghan told Oprah. “Of course I did, because it had been also through the lens of ‘And we’ll protect you.’ So, whilst things began to roll call at the media that I didn’t see but my friends would call me and say, ‘Meg, this is often really bad,’ because I didn’t see it, I’d go, ‘Don’t worry. I’m being protected.'”