Meghan Markle made Kate Middleton cry on the day of her wedding to Prince Harry, claims new report
Reports suggest that there is significant friction between the two women which is why Meghan and Prince Harry are shifting their residence
Off late, the Internet seems to be full of reports of a war of discontent brewing in the British royal household. If the latest reports are to be believed, sisters-in-law Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton are not on the best of terms, in fact, Meghan allegedly made Kate cry on the day of her wedding to Prince Harry.
Daily Beast reports that the fracture in the relationship between Meghan and Kate can be traced back to the time when the newlywed brought Kate to tears. The tension between the royal wives is also being cited as one of the main reasons why Harry and Meghan are moving out of the Kensington Palace, where William and Kate also live. Camilla Tominey, a reputed reporter at the Daily Telegraph confirms that the publication spoke to two different sources who claim that Kate was left in tears after a bridesmaid's dress fitting for Princess Charlotte.
While everything seemed hunky-dory to onlookers, there was a lot of underlying tension including violent pre-wedding disagreements. An insider told Tominey, “Kate had only just given birth to Prince Louis and was feeling quite emotional.” When the incident happened, Meghan reportedly "upset" the Queen by asking to wear an emerald tiara instead of the one offered by the 92-year-old monarch.
Royal sources have been working overtime to refute claims that there are tensions between Kate and Meghan and offering an alternate explanation to why Meghan and Prince Harry are shifting their residence. The royal sources want everyone to believe that the couple is moving to Frogmore Cottage, near Windsor, out of privacy and space concerns.
Cosmopolitan revealed more details about their new residence. Frogmore Cottage sits on 35 acres about 30 miles west of London, the cottage also has special meaning to Harry and Meghan. Royal reporter Emily Andrews confirmed that the couple's wedding reception was held at Frogmore House (which is on the same grounds as the cottage), and their engagement shoot took place on the property, as well. The property has a lot of history as well, Edward VIII and his wife Wallis Simpson buried there and Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's mausoleum is on the Frogmore House grounds. It got its rather strange name because of a large number frogs that inhabit the surrounding area.
Meghan and Harry's current residence at Nottingham Cottage is a modest building within the Kensington Palace and it does not offer them a lot of privacy owing to it being situated in the center of London. A source revealed that their new residence will be the complete opposite, "Frogmore, which is inside the Windsor security zone, is secluded, peaceful, tranquil and, most importantly, private. No one will see them coming or going."