Did she cry or not? It has long been known that Duchess Meghan, 40, got into a heated argument with her sister-in-law, Duchess Kate, 39, before her wedding to Prince Harry, 37. New details about the conflict have now been revealed. Kate was in tears after the conflict and then completely “lost control”, TV presenter Kristi Allsopp, 50, who is also friends with Kate and her husband Camilla (74), Duchess of Cornwall, explains to The Telegraph.
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At the beginning of 2021, Duchess Meghan turned the tables in an interview with Oprah Winfrey (67): “No, no. The opposite was true. ” The Duchess of Sussex said it was she who brought tears to her face. According to her, the famous argument was not about the palace staff at all. “A few days before the wedding, Kate was upset about something about the girl’s floral dresses – yes, that was true – and it made me cry and really hurt my feelings.”
Flowers and a note of reconciliation
Duchess Meghan rejects the claim that Duchess Kate gave birth to Prince Louis (3) and was therefore very emotional: “She admitted that she was upset. Later she brought me flowers and a letter and apologised.” The Duchess of Sussex confirms that “The Duchess did what I would have done if I had known I had hurt someone: just take responsibility.”
Earlier this week, Duchess Meghan’s lawyer, Jenny Afia, spoke out, saying: “This story contains huge, massive errors.” The Duchess of Sussex has been accused of bullying palace staff – absolutely wrong.
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“How do you prove that you didn’t bully someone?”
In an interview with presenter Amol Rajan on BBC Two’s The Princes and Press, Jenny Afia explains: I think one must first be clear about what bullying is. This means that a person is repeatedly and willfully abusing power to harm someone physically or mentally.” Duchess Meghan will deny such behavior outright. But proving this is actually rather difficult, according to the lawyer: “How exactly can you prove it if you don’t have to bully Someone?” (Cog)
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