The explosive text messaging at the center of Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s infamous pre-wedding feud has finally come to light.
In my memoirs SparePrince Harry has detailed what was said between the two women, which led to him finding Meghan “on the floor sobbing,” according to the publication. daily mail.
The Duke of Sussex, 38, wrote that Kate wrote to her during the week of their wedding in May 2018 about a “problem” with Princess Charlotte’s daughter’s bridesmaid outfit.
“French haute couture dresses were hand-sewn exclusively on the basis of [the bridesmaids’] sizes, so it’s no wonder they needed a makeover,” Harry explained the dresses, which were custom-made by then-Givenchy creative director Clare Waight Keller, who also designed Meghan’s wedding dress.
Meg didn’t answer Kate right away. Yes, she had endless messages related to the wedding, but mostly she dealt with the chaos surrounding her father. So the next morning she texted Kate that our tailor was waiting,” wrote Harry.
Meghan added that the tailor’s name was “Ajay” and he was “in the palace”.
But “it wasn’t enough,” says Harry.
He explained that Kate wrote back complaining, “Charlotte’s dress is too big, too long, too baggy. She cried when she tried it on at home.”
According to Harry, Meghan replied: “That’s right, and I told you that the tailor has been standing since 8am. Here. On CP. Can you take Charlotte for a makeover like other moms do?
At this point, Harry claimed, Kate declined the offer, demanding that “all dresses be altered” and that her own wedding dress designer, Sarah Burton, agreed with her.
“Meg asked if Kate was aware of what was happening now. With Father. Kate said she was well aware, but the dresses. And the wedding is in four days!” Harry wrote, to which his wife reportedly replied sharply, “Yes, Kate, I know.”
According to Harry, Kate also expressed “problems with the way Meg planned her wedding. Something about a page party? He went back and forth.”
Harry went on to explain that his wife eventually responded to Kate, “I don’t know what else to say. If the dress doesn’t fit, take Charlotte to Ajay. He waited all day.
“Okay,” he says, Kate replied.
In his memoirs, Harry says that when he came home to find Meghan “on the floor sobbing”, he did not see Kate’s behavior as malicious, telling his fiancée that she “didn’t mean any harm”.
The latest revelations about Meghan and Kate’s feud came after Harry lashed out at his brother and sister-in-law in a fiery interview with British journalist Tom Bradby on ITV.
He claimed that the couple froze his wife from the start due to “stereotypes”, based on the fact that she was an “American actress”, “divorced”, and “bi-racial”.
“I don’t think they ever expected me to get into a relationship with someone like Meghan who had a successful career,” he told Bradby.
Harry also claimed that the Meghan vs. Kate contest has moved “very fast”.
“You can’t hide from this, especially in my family, newspapers are spread out in every palace house that is around.
“So, yes, it creates competition, and if you’re new to the block, getting everyone’s attention. Not in the spotlight you asked for. The British press has decided this for you because they sell newspapers.”
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