Meghan Markle’s email to the Palace about Kate Middleton crying released. The public has seen a portion of Meghan Markle’s email asking Kensington Palace to respond to misleading claims that she made Kate Middleton weep.
For years, it made the global news that the Duchess of Sussex made the Duchess of Cambridge weep just days before her May 2018 wedding.
The Duchess of Sussex, on the other hand, revealed in her interview with Oprah Winfrey that “the contrary happened.”
“She was angry over something some days days before the wedding—yes, the issue was actually right, it was about the flower girl dresses—and that made me cry and really hurt my feelings,” Meghan told Oprah.
Meghan stated that Kate apologized and she had forgiven her but added that the palace never corrected the false statements despite her requesting.
Meghan has now posted an email in which she shares her thoughts.
Omid Scobie, a royal correspondent for Harper’s Bazaar, released a portion of Meghan’s correspondence to royal aides.
The email was sent after royal aides requested Prince Harry’s signature on a letter denying that Prince William “constantly harassed” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle before they stepped down from senior royal duties.
“Well, if we’re just tossing some comment out there now, then KP (Kensington Palace) will actually put the record straight about me [not making Kate weep,” Meghan emailed the Palace back, according to Scobie’s source.
Scobie says that “her advice was dismissed, as with all of the couple’s demands,” and that she was told that the Duchess of Cambridge “could never be drawn into idle speculation.”