The California native claimed “the reverse happened,” explaining that a few days before Meghan’s May 2018 nuptials, Kate, 39, “was upset about flower girl dresses and it made me cry.” Meghan noted that the Duchess of Cambridge apologized and “brought me flowers and a note” saying she was sorry but claimed the palace did not defend her in the press when contradictory stories about the incident made headlines.
Harper’s Bazaar revealed on Wednesday, March 10, an email linked to the crying incident that Meghan alledgedly sent in January 2020.
According to the outlet, Kensington Palace requested that Harry, 36, sign a statement against an “offensive” report about his brother, Prince William, which claimed the Duke of Cambridge, 38, “constantly bullied” Harry and Meghan before they announced their royal step back.
“Well, if we’re just throwing any statement out there now, then perhaps KP can finally set the record straight about me [not making Kate cry],” Meghan allegedly emailed an aide in response. Meghan’s suggestion was…