The Duchess of Cambridge had not seen this stab coming …
Wouldn’t a new controversy just break out across the Channel? At a time when the demonstrations against racism and police violence, which are still under the shadow of the Coronavirus, an article came to make a mess in the royal family.
Kate Middleton would have been “injured and upset” because of a publication believed to be inaccurate by Tatler magazine as indicated by our colleagues from Daily Mail.
In the article in question, sources state that the Duchess of Cambridge would be “exhausted” by the increase in her workload, especially after the departure of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Journalist Anna Pasternak also said she became “dangerously thin” – as was William’s late mother, Princess Diana, who suffered from an eating disorder.
As a counterattack, Kensington Palace claimed that the article contained a “series of inaccuracies and misrepresentations”, and the Cambridge spouses then brought legal action against the magazine.
If asked to have the article removed, a magazine spokesperson said, “Editor-in-chief Richard Dennen supports reporting by Pasternak and its sources. Kensington Palace knew we were running the coverage for ‘ Catherine The Great ‘months ago and we asked them to work together. The fact that they deny having ever known is categorically false “.
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According to The sun, Charlotte’s mother, George and Louis was particularly shocked by this because she was a close friend of Richard Dennen.
A source said that the Duchess feels “betrayed”, before adding: “There are a lot of unanswered questions, especially who said these things to Tatler because his real friends would never speak that way. she.”
For the record, Richard and Kate were taking the same art history course at the University of St. Andrews, and they even went on vacation to France together in 2004. Corridor noises indicate that it was present at her friend’s wedding in 2011 …