Meghan Markle “must have been incredibly envious and then jealous of Kate Middleton,” a royal expert has claimed.
Majesty magazine editor Ingrid Stewart said: The Telegraph how the Duchess of Sussex, 42, ‘thought she was going to be a princess and live in Windsor Castle.’
Instead, the mother-of-two and her husband, Prince Harry, who now reside in California post-Megxit, were initially “stuck in Nottingham Cottage, which (the duke) used to call ‘my hut,'” while “there There’s William and Kate with this beautiful house.’
The royal author, whose new book My Mother and I focuses on King Charles III’s relationship with the late Queen Elizabeth II, also suggested Meghan was jealous of Prince Harry’s close brotherly relationship with Kate.
‘Unfortunately, it’s targeting Meghan, isn’t it? Maybe Harry had a little crush on Kate,” Ingrid said, before adding: “No, no, no, I don’t mean physically but mentally. Remember when it was just the three of them?
“He always wanted a sister, he told Diana. Psychologically I think he just adored her and she was always there, at Kensington Palace, in his refrigerator, you know, ‘What’s for dinner?’
Meghan Markle ‘must have been incredibly envious and then jealous of Kate (pictured together in December 2018),’ royal expert claims
He continued: “I think Meghan must have been incredibly envious and then jealous of Kate.
‘I heard that Meghan really thought she was going to be a princess and live at Windsor Castle. Instead, there’s William and Kate with this beautiful house, while they’re stuck in Nottingham Cottage, which Harry used to call “my hut.”
While Ingrid doesn’t completely rule out the possibility of a reconciliation, she does say that the distance, both physically and metaphorically, makes it seem unlikely.
In December, a source told The Telegraph that Meghan “felt she had more of a right to speak” than Kate at certain events because she was a “self-made woman.”
The Duchess was reportedly uncomfortable with the fact that the Prince and Princess of Wales were the senior royals in the palace hierarchy when she joined the Royal Family.
This was particularly the case during a Royal Foundation Forum in February 2018, a source said, where it was claimed that tension between the “Fab Four” was “palpable”.
Meghan felt that “she was a self-made woman, whereas Kate hadn’t really had her own career,” a source told the publication.
The source said: “She seemed to feel she had more right to speak than her sister-in-law, who had married into the family as an unknown, while Meghan considered herself a philanthropist who could teach the royals one thing. or one thing.” two about charity.
Majesty magazine editor Ingrid Stewart told The Telegraph how the Duchess of Sussex (pictured), 42, “thought she was going to be a princess and live in Windsor Castle.”
“I think he found it difficult that the Royal Foundation was already a well-oiled machine when he got there.”
However, Omid Scobie previously claimed that Kate failed to foster a “meaningful” relationship with her sister-in-law Meghan in her first book Finding Freedom.
It was also reported that Meghan received a “lukewarm” reception from “formal” William and Kate when her relationship with Prince Harry became serious.
As Harry wrote in his book Spare, when he first introduced Meghan to his brother, Kate had stayed in the garden, which was not the welcome they were expecting.
It comes after the Daily Mail’s Richard Eden revealed that the Princess of Wales, who underwent “successful” planned abdominal surgery more than three weeks ago, is recovering.
In a clear sign of her improvement, she was able to accompany her husband, Prince William, and their three children as they left for a half-term holiday at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, where the king is also convalescing.
“Catherine is recovering well,” a friend said. “She was looking forward to a change of scenery and she’ll be able to take it easy in Norfolk while the kids blow off some steam with William.”
The Princess, 42, was discharged 12 days ago from the London Clinic, where she had spent almost two weeks.
In the only statement from Kensington Palace on his health, a spokesperson said on January 17 that, “based on current medical advice, he is unlikely to return to public duties until after Easter.”
The spokesperson did not provide details about the nature of his surgery, but sources reported that it was not for cancer.
Since leaving hospital, without being photographed, Catherine has been at Adelaide Cottage, the family’s four-bedroom home in Windsor Home Park.
Their children, Prince George, ten, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five, attend Lambrook School, a 15-minute drive away, in Berkshire. They separated on Friday to spend a week on vacation.