Kate Middleton, allegedly, has a secret diary that holds the real deal of her relationship with Meghan Markle.
Kate Middleton wants to warn Prince Harry of all the alleged lies Meghan Markle has made. As the two duchesses are miles apart, how can this possibly happen?
Kate’s alleged diary
New Idea claimed the Duchess of Cambridge is still upset after Prince Harry and Meghan decided to leave the monarchy.
Now, Kate is said to be ready to spill all of her “most private thoughts” to her brother-in-law to clear his mind.
These thoughts are in her so-called diary, which serves as her therapy whenever she writes. It helps her walk away from the alleged conflict she has with Meghan instead of arguing or speaking in public.
Kate has been keeping this journal since she joined the royal family. The details it has are not “off-limits.”
Here, she writes her “broken relationship” with the Duchess of Sussex. Now, she feels they are making her the villain.
The purported article suggested it would be a nightmare if Kate loses this diary or if it falls into someone else’s hands.
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Katherine's note in The Sunday Times on Hold Still Photo Contest 2020. Throughout modern history, photographs have captured people's lives and everyday life – not only telling the story of an individual, but also documenting important moments for families, communities, nations and the world at large. The coronavirus pandemic has affected all of us to one degree or another, and I launched Hold Still with the National Portrait Gallery to give everyone the opportunity to share their stories so that together we can create a collective portrait of our nation that would document our life during quarantine. I was overwhelmed by the public response to the project. With over 31,000 works, my fellow judges and I have set ourselves the daunting task of selecting just 100 final portraits. Each performance tells a unique story – from moments of joy, love and community to deep sadness, pain, isolation and loss. It is at times like this that we more than ever realize the importance of human relationships. I hope that the selected 100 images will serve to showcase the experiences and emotions of the pandemic here in the UK, pay tribute to the awe-inspiring efforts of all those working to protect others, and give us the opportunity to pause and reflect on these truly extraordinary times. . . . #katemiddleton#katemiddelton#katemiddletonstyle#katemiddletondress#katemiddletonofcambridge#katemiddletonlook#princessdiana#princesscharlotte#royalfamily#royal#cambridge#cambridgelife#princewilliam#princewilliamdukeofcambridge#кейтмиддлтон#кейтмидлтонбан
Debunking the wrongful story about Kate Middleton
Gossip Cop couldn’t deny if Kate indeed had a diary. But, the photo the tabloid used to prove its claim was trying to mislead the readers.
The snap where Kate was looking at a book was taken when the Cambridges signed a book of condolences for the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting’s victims. It was a tribute to the mass shooting victims and never a diary at all.
Also, the publication’s cover showed Kate seemed to be talking to Prince Harry. Its headline read, “Meghan’s Lying to You,” which was also misleading.
It had no connection to its main article about Kate’s alleged diary. It was only trying to convince people that the Duke of Sussex and his sister-in-law had a heated talk.
Hence, it was another click-and-bait story from the tabloid.
Kate, Meghan’s alleged spat, remains online
Kate managed to demand the removal of inaccurate and false reports about her and her family from Tatler. However, her alleged spat with Meghan remained online, Newsweek noted.
The 38-year-old won over the lifestyle magazine after it published its Catherine the Great cover story in May.
Some of the removed claims were the accusation she started working hard like “a top CEO” after Prince Harry and Meghan’s exit. She, too, allegedly, had a poster of Prince William on her room’s wall at her boarding school dorm, which she denied.
However, details about Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s fall out on the latter’s wedding were still there.
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