Kate Middleton doesn’t, allegedly, have any plans to forgive Meghan Markle for humiliating her on television.
According to Us Weekly, Markle’s interview was the final nail in the coffin for Kate Middleton.
“She’ll never forgive Meghan for throwing shade at her. The interview was the final nail, it’s over. Meghan burned all of her bridges and Kate has no interest in speaking to her,” the source said.
Kate Middleton furious with Meghan Markle
Even though Markle also revealed that Middleton has apologized to her, the Sussexes’ revelations still stressed the Duchess of Cambridge terribly.
“Harry and Meghan’s interview is still causing a great deal of stress and angst. And the timing is simply terrible,” the source said.
Queen Elizabeth relying on the Cambridges
According to the source, the Sussexes’ shocking revelations brought Middleton and Prince William closer to each other. And they now have an even stronger bond with Queen Elizabeth.
In fact, the monarch is, allegedly, relying on Middleton more and has tapped her to become the new spokesperson of the royal family.
“Kate’s the perfect spokesperson and a loving wife who stands for all the values and traditions that the royals hold sacred,” the source said.
Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle rumors debunked
While it is true that Markle and Prince Harry made some shocking revelations about the royal family, it is not true that Middleton vowed to never forgive her sister-in-law.
In fact, no one knows for sure what Middleton thinks of the interview because she hasn’t reacted to it publicly.
Prince William, on the other hand, was asked about the racism allegations made by the Sussexes. And he said that the royal family isn’t racist.
Hold Still project launched
Meanwhile, it’s business as usual Middleton. Weeks after Prince Harry and Markle’s interview, the future queen consort unveiled the first copy of her Hold Still project.
A photo of the mom of three smiling from ear to ear while holding a camera was also shared on Cambridge’s official Instagram account.
“When we look back at the COVID-19 pandemic in decades to come, we will think of the challenges we all faced – the loved ones we lost, the extended isolation from our families and friends, and the strain placed on our key workers. But we will also remember the positives: the incredible acts of kindness, the helpers and heroes who emerged from all walks of life, and how together we adapted to a new normal,” Kate Middleton and Prince William captioned the snap.
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