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The Duchess of Cambridge (photo) & # 39; does her best & # 39; a royal expert claims to try to reach Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after their emotional documentary

Kate Middleton & # 39; does her best & # 39; to resolve things privately & # 39; with Meghan Markle after the duchess admitted her fight in the ITV documentary, the royal expert claims

  • The Duchess of Cambridge, 37, feels sorry for Meghan, 38, says Phil Dampier
  • According to the royal expert & # 39; mother of three wants to do things privately & # 39;
  • Meghan said she & # 39; not OK & # 39; was in ITV & # 39; s Meghan and Harry: An African Journey
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The Duchess of Cambridge & # 39; does her best & # 39; to try to reach Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after their emotional documentary, claims a royal expert.

Kate, 37, is said to feel sorry for the new mother, 38, who admitted that she & # 39; not OK & # 39; was in the ITV program Meghan and Harry: An African Journey.

The mother of three wants to do things privately & # 39; after Harry, 35, refused to reject reports of a gap with his brother, Prince William, saying instead that they were on & # 39; different paths & # 39; and & # 39; good days and bad days & # 39 ;.

Speak to the to express, author and former royal correspondent Phil Dampier said: & # 39; Behind the scenes I have told that Kate is doing her best to bring everyone together and help Meghan.

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The Duchess of Cambridge (photo) & # 39; does her best & # 39; a royal expert claims to try to reach Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after their emotional documentary

Kate, 37, is said to feel sorry for the American former actress (photo), 38, who admitted that she & # 39; not OK & # 39; was in the ITV program Meghan and Harry: An African Journey

Kate, 37, is said to feel sorry for the American former actress (photo), 38, who admitted that she & # 39; not OK & # 39; was in the ITV program Meghan and Harry: An African Journey

Kate (pictured on the left, during her tour through Pakistan earlier this month) reportedly feels sorry for Meghan (pictured on the right, at Windsor Castle on October 25), who admitted she & # 39; not okay & # 39; used to be

During a one-to-one interview in the documentary Meghan and Harry: An African Journey, the mother-of-one (shown with Prince Harry) admitted that she felt vulnerable

During a one-to-one interview in the documentary Meghan and Harry: An African Journey, the mother-of-one (shown with Prince Harry) admitted that she felt vulnerable

During a one-to-one interview in the documentary Meghan and Harry: An African Journey, the mother-of-one (shown with Prince Harry) admitted that she felt vulnerable

& # 39; None of them wants to abandon the queen, so Kate tries to solve things privately.

& # 39; I heard she contacted Meghan and talked to her on the phone. Kate feels sorry for her and knows that Meghan is having a hard time. & # 39;

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During a one-to-one interview in the documentary, mother-for-one Meghan admitted to feeling vulnerable and talked about the difficulty of dealing with intense tabloid interest.

Meghan said: I never thought this would be easy, but I thought it would be fair and that is the part that is really hard to reconcile.

Meghan (shown in the documentary) said: & # 39; I never thought this would be easy, but I thought it would be fair and that is the part that is really hard to reconcile & # 39;

Meghan (shown in the documentary) said: & # 39; I never thought this would be easy, but I thought it would be fair and that is the part that is really hard to reconcile & # 39;

Meghan (shown in the documentary) said: & # 39; I never thought this would be easy, but I thought it would be fair and that is the part that is really hard to reconcile & # 39;

& # 39; I have long said to H – that's what I call him – it's not enough to survive. That is not the point of life. You must thrive and feel happy.

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She added: & # 39; I really tried to take over this British sensitivity from a stiff upper lip. I tried, I really tried. But I think that what it does internally is probably really harmful. & # 39;

In the documentary broadcast earlier this month, the Duke of Sussex acknowledged the deeper tensions between him and William after months of speculation about the state of the brothers' relationship.

Palace assistants had repeatedly denied reports of a gap between the Sussexes and the Cambridges, which once appeared as & # 39; Fab Four & # 39; of the royal family was defended.

But when asked how much speculation was true, Harry emphatically refused to deny a fight.

Harry (photo), 35, refused to report reports of a breakup with his brother, Prince William, saying instead that they were on & # 39; different paths & # 39; and & # 39; good and bad days & # 39; to have

Harry (photo), 35, refused to reject reports of a breakup with his brother, Prince William, saying instead that they were on & # 39; different paths & # 39; and & # 39; good and bad days & # 39; to have

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Harry (photo), 35, refused to report reports of a breakup with his brother, Prince William, saying instead that they were on & # 39; different paths & # 39; and & # 39; good and bad days & # 39; to have

He told presenter Tom Bradby: & Part of this role, part of this work and the fact that this family is under pressure, happens inevitably.

& # 39; But look, we are brothers, we will always be brothers. We are certainly on different paths right now, but I will always be there for him and, as I know, he will always be there for me.

& # 39; We no longer see each other as before because we are so busy, but I love him very much and most things are made out of nothing. As brothers you have good days, you have bad days. & # 39;

Harry and Meghan fly to the US in November with their son Archie, so they can take a six-week break and spend time with Meghan & # 39; s mother Doria Ragland.

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