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New claims have surfaced as to why Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle did not have a closer relationship before Meghan and Harry’s wedding
- Kate and Meghan’s ability to form a close bond was hindered by Kate’s third pregnancy with Prince Louis, a royal author has claimed.
- Andrew Morton reports that pregnant Kate didn’t have ‘the energy’ to bond with Meghan before she married Prince Harry.
- This royal news comes after the Queen said goodbye to her summer home and moved house.
Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s relationship has been a subject of much speculation over the years, especially around Meghan and Prince Harry’s wedding. Now author Andrew Morton claims that the two failed to bond before the wedding because of Kate’s difficult third pregnancy.
Kate’s pregnancy was announced in September 2018 just months before Harry and Meghan’s engagement. Kate then gave birth to Prince Louis just weeks before their wedding day.
Reports of rift first started swirling around the royal wedding, after it was alleged that Meghan made Kate cry over the bridesmaids’ dresses – Meghan later claimed the reverse happened in the couples bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, alleging that Duchess Catherine had brought her to tears during the row.