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Kate Middleton thinks Meghan Markle has 'gone too far' with her allegations, is eager to share her side: Report

'Kate won't have that and would like her right of reply and has made that intention clear to Her Majesty and Prince Charles...' the source reportedly claimed talking about Kate's alleged response
UPDATED MAR 15, 2021
Kate Middleton is reportedly furious after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview (Getty Images)
Kate Middleton is reportedly furious after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview (Getty Images)

There is no doubt that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey sparked concerns within the Kensington Palace and the royal family. At first, the palace took the traditional route of issuing a brief statement adding that "some recollections may vary", Prince William even said "we’re very much not a racist family". But insiders revealed to New Idea exclusively that one person in the royal family was quite affected by Meghan and Harry's claims in the interview, 

New Idea revealed that Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is reportedly eager to respond to Meghan and Harry's allegations about racism and mistreatment. "I have never seen Kate so angry," the source allegedly revealed. 


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According to the latest reports from across the ocean, Kate is reportedly 'angry'. "And I don’t blame her [for being angry]… she was dragged into this within 10 minutes of Meghan’s interview and hasn’t been able to fight back. She usually adopts the Queen’s 'never complain, never explain' approach, but this has gone too far," the source is reported to have told the website.

Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge stands with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex at Westminster Abbey for a Commonwealth day service on March 11, 2019 in London, England. (Getty Images)

Racism and mistreatment allegations aside, the source revealed that one of Kate's main concerns from the interview allegedly was that Meghan insisted that the stories about her making her sister-in-law cry leading up to her 2018 wedding were, in fact, the other way around. "The reverse happened," Meghan had claimed in the interview. "It was a really hard week of the wedding and she was upset about something, but she owned it, she apologized, and brought me flowers."

The insider, reportedly, has a different story to tell. "This is total crap. Meghan made Kate cry during a fitting of Princess Charlotte’s bridesmaid dress. Everyone said it was about the girls wearing tights, but it was actually about the hemlines. It was a fairly minor issue, but Kate had just given birth to Prince Louis and she was feeling rather emotional," the source said. 

Coming to the grave allegations, the source reportedly stated that Kate "can't bear" to see her entire family being painted as racists. "They refuse to say who it was, which in some ways is worse because there's a lot of speculation that it was Prince William," the insider revealed. "Kate won't have that. She would like her right of reply and has made that intention clear to Her Majesty and Prince Charles. They aren’t quite on board with it, as they don’t want to turn this into a war of words any more than it already is, but for Kate, this is personal," the source reportedly claimed. 

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrive to attend Christmas Day Church service at Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on December 25, 2018 in King's Lynn, England. (Getty Images)

Kate, according to insiders, is reportedly worried about the royal family and their reputation and that she "is left with no choice but to speak publicly". "Kate is very concerned about the lasting damage the Sussexes have done to the monarchy, after all the work she and Wills have done to modernize it. She worries that if not enough is said now to correct the record, there could be very real problems down the track when it’s time for her family to inherit the crown. Kate feels she is left with no choice but to speak publicly - even though it’s not usually in her comfort zone - if there’s any chance of saving things."

The royal couple's first sit-down interview where "no subject is off-limits", was a source of concern for a while. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William were reportedly "furious" and were worried that "by sharing [Harry and Meghan's] side of the story, the entire royal family will be painted in an unfair way." 

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