Kate Middleton has found herself in a bunch of claims that she’s unable to manage the workload post ‘Megxit’.
It seems like fictional shows like ‘Downton Abbey’ are not enough for people to get their daily dose of royal drama. Whether or not the claims are true, the royal family finds itself amid dramatic speculations from time to time.
- Tatler magazine has claimed that Kate Middleton is ‘furious’ with her workload.
- Kensington Palace takes an unusual step to respond to the claims.
- Kate Middleton and Prince William take legal action against the Tatler magazine.
The recent speculation is that Kate Middleton is angry over her situation which demands that she and William handle everything on their own after Sussexes left.
Tatler magazine has claimed that Kate Middleton is ‘furious’ with her workload.
The claims were brought forward by a commercial magazine Tatler’s cover story on Kate Middleton, which alleged that she was “furious” over her workload after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped down from their roles. Because of which, allegedly she and William aren’t able to devote their time to their children.
Kensington Palace takes an unusual step to respond to the claims.
This prompted the Kensington Palace to make a very rare statement in response to such matters. The royal correspondents said, “This story contains a swathe of inaccuracies and false misrepresentations which were not put to Kensington Palace prior to publication.”.
However, Tatler’s editor-in-chief, Richard Dennen, issued a statement that was in stark contrast to what the palace had to say over the claims. He said,
“Kensington Palace knew we were running the ‘Catherine the Great’ cover months ago and we asked them to work together on it. The fact they are denying they ever knew is categorically false.”.
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The two statements are too far apart from each other and have brought out mixed reactions from the public. Some have claimed that the Cambridges are behind the story, while others have attacked Meghan for its publishing. We might not know what the real truth is, but many have arrived at dramatic conclusions over ‘Catherine the Great’ story printed by Tatler.
Katie Middleton and Prince William to take legal action against Tatler.
Various sources have alleged that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are taking a legal course towards Tatler magazine. While there’s no public confirmation from the palace, the ‘Business Insider’ reported what the magazine’s spokesperson had to say on the issue:
“We can confirm we have received correspondence from lawyers acting for the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge and believe it has no merit.”.
Apparently, Kate Middleton has denied all claims and false scenarios mentioned in the article called ‘Catherine the Great’ written by Anna Pasternak. The story has made big claims such as Kate Middleton argued with Meghan Markle on whether the bridesmaids should wear tights at a wedding.
The article has cited the quotes of several people who are a part of the inner royal circle which includes courtiers, friends, and staff. Their words, according to the magazine’s reporter, took a shot at Harry and Meghan.
It’s yet to be seen what the truth is, but we hope all is well between the royals. What do you think has really happened? Do you believe the Royals or Tatler magazine? Let us know in the comments section below!