Prince Harry opens up about two words that sparked a row ahead of Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton’s wedding
In his new memoir, Prince Harry says two words sparked a fight between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton shortly before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding in 2018.
The Sun obtained an early copy of Harry’s memoir, The Spare, which accidentally went on sale in Spain five days before its official publication date.
In a loosely translated extract from Thursday’s outlet, The Sun claims the row began when Meghan told Kate over the phone that she had “baby brain”. Kate recently gave birth to her third child, Prince Louis.
According to The Sun, Harry told Meghan that he had hurt Kate, and Meghan explained how she had discussed her comments with friends.
Prince William then “pointed the finger at Meg” and said: “That’s rude, Meghan. Such things do not happen here.
“If you don’t mind, keep your finger out of my face,” Megan replied.
Other outlets that received copies of Harry’s book confirmed the account was there.
Finally, reports surfaced that Meghan made Kate cry before the wedding. However, as Meghan told Oprah Winfrey during an interview in 2021, it seems the other way around. Kate admits she’s the one who makes Meghan cry.
Harry writes in his book that Kate from Kensington Palace wanted to make up for the incident, which upset his wife, but they did not do it.
“On the contrary [of what was reported] happened,” said Megan Winfrey in an interview. “I’m not saying this to disparage anyone, because it’s been a very difficult wedding week. And [Kate] He was upset about something, but he owned up to it and he apologized, he brought me flowers and a letter of apology, and what would I do if I knew I had offended someone, right? Just take responsibility for it.
“To my surprise, six or seven months after we got married, it was the opposite,” Megan added.
When Oprah asked why the palace press office didn’t correct the story when the opposite version was published, Meghan replied, “That’s a good question.”
“I hope so [Kate] I wish it would be fixed,” he continued. “Maybe in the same way that the palace wouldn’t let anyone else deny it, they wouldn’t let him. Because he is a good person.
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