Prince Harry Reveals Texts Between Kate Middleton And Meghan: In his memoir, Spare, officially released today, Prince Harry doesn’t hesitate to provide receipts.
An argument between Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Catherine, Princess of Wales, days before the Sussexes’ 2018 wedding, according to previously leaked book excerpts, in which Kate allegedly made Meghan weep when she asked that “all the outfits” for the flower girls be recreated. As it turns out, Harry included in his book the exact text messages they exchanged during their argument.
Kate allegedly writes Meghan, “Charlotte’s outfit is too huge, too long, too loose,” about Princess Charlotte’s flower girl attire. The dresses were constructed using dimensions taken at an initial fitting, Harry writes in the book. When she tried it on at home, Kate texts, “She sobbed.”
In a reply letter, Meghan informs Kate that a tailor at Kensington Palace can make adjustments. “Yes, I did say that the tailor has been available since 8 a.m. Here. At KP. Can you accompany Charlotte to have it changed as the other mothers do?”
The gowns must all be redone, Kate insists. She is said to have quoted Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, saying she should follow her advice.
Then Meghan asks Kate whether she is aware of the strain Kate is experiencing as a result of the controversy surrounding her father, Thomas Markle.
“Meg asked if Kate was aware of what was going on right now. With her father,” Harry reportedly writes. “Kate said she was well aware, but the dresses. And the wedding is in four days!”
Meghan responds, “Yes, Kate, I know … .”
Harry continues, “Kate had “Meg had issues with how she organized her wedding. Something about a page lads’ party? Back and forth it went.”
Alleged texts from Meghan to the Princess of Wales read: “I’m at a loss for words. Please bring Charlotte to see Ajay if the outfit is too small. All day, he had been waiting.”
“Fine,” Kate answers.
When Harry returned home, he claimed to have discovered his future wife “sobbing” on the floor.
The two spouses met in secret on December 10 at Meghan and Harry’s residence at Nottingham Cottage after tabloids claimed that Meghan had made Kate cry months later. The four discovered that King Charles III might be responsible for the leaked story.
“We all gathered in our little front annex, and this time there was no small talk: Kate got things rolling straightaway by acknowledging that the stories in the papers about Meg making her cry were false,” Harry writes. He adds that Kate allegedly said, “I know, Meghan, that I was the one who made you cry.”
William made “supportive-sounding evasions,” while Kate became “flustered” when taking action to correct the record. The Sussexes focused on who leaked the news to the press after realizing nothing would be done.
Harry says, “We circled and circled. “The number of potential suspects shrank dramatically. Finally, Willy leaned back and admitted that he and Kate had gone to supper with Pa [King Charles III] and Camilla when we had been on tour in Australia. Unfortunately, he admitted there had been conflicting between the two couples and stated he “might’ve” let it slip.”
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Meghan and Harry were surprised by the admission. “I covered my face with my hand. Meg froze. There was an eerie silence. Now that we were informed, “He composes. “I informed Willy that you should have known of all people. He nodded. He was aware. Added silence Their departure was called for.”
In a 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan discussed the event and shot off the tabloid report.
“I don’t think it’s fair to her to get into the details of [the fight] because she apologized. And I’ve forgiven her. What was hard to get over was being blamed for something that not only I didn’t do, but that happened to me,” the duchess said at the time. “And the people who were part of our wedding going to our comms team and saying, ‘I know this didn’t happen.'”
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