Kate Middleton will “not forget” how Meghan Markle treated her, a royal expert has said.
Just over a year has now passed since the Duchess of Sussex, along with her husband Prince Harry, sat down with Oprah Winfrey for an explosive interview which shocked the world – making a number of claims about their time as working members of the Royal Family.
Before the interview there were several reports that Meghan had made her sister-in-law Kate cry during a bridesmaid dress fitting in the lead up to her wedding with Harry.
But during her chat with the US TV show host, Meghan claimed it was actually Kate that made her cry, not the other way around.
Meghan said she has now forgiven Kate, adding that she's a "good person" and that Kate sent her flowers to apologise for the incident.
With rumours circulating that Meghan and Harry could come to the UK in the summer to take part in the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, royal author and editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine Ingrid Seward said the two women will be cordial with each other – although Kate may never forget how she was treated.
She told the Daily Mirror: "The Duchess of Cambridge will be cordial to Meghan. She will be sure to be photographed kissing or hugging her. She has to – that is part of her job. Her private feelings have to remain just that.
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"Kate will not forget however how Meghan treated her. But she knows there is no point in prolonging a feud that has the opportunity of being repaired. The Platinum Jubilee is just that chance.
"If necessary, Kate will also try to be the peacemaker between William and his brother Harry.
"Being royal is all about appearances, not private feelings. It always has been throughout history. It is what the Queen has spent 70 years perfecting and she expects her family to do the same."
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