Kate Middleton vs Meghan Markle: Palace staffer reveals new details of fight

Prince Harry’s wife Meghan Markle didn’t like the palace’s strict rules and hated playing second fiddle to Prince William’s wife Kate Middleton, a Kensington Palace staffer claimed in a new book, according to a New York Post report. Was.

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According to the book “Gilded Youth: An Intimate History of Growing Up in the Royal Family” by biographer Tom Quinn, palace aides said Meghan Markle struggled to adjust to royal life following her marriage to Prince Harry in 2018. . An excerpt published in the Mirror said the book said Meghan Markle was “dazzled by the worldwide fame that being a princess” but she did not like being compared to Kate Middleton.

“She hated constraints and rules; She hated being a second-rate princess – second to Catherine Middleton, I mean. Most of all she hated the fact that she had to do what she was told and where she was told in the endless and largely pointless royal rounds,” read the excerpt.

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Meghan Markle also felt she was being treated “a bit condescendingly” by the royal family.

“The thing to remember is that Meghan’s ambition knows no bounds, and like most ambitious people, she never thinks, ‘Did I get it wrong? Am I overreacting?’ But it’s true that she’s a lovely person as long as she’s never crossed. For a vulnerable boy unsure of himself like Harry, she’s perfect because her absolute certainty makes him feel safe,” Stafford he said.

The staffer described Meghan Markle as a “very nice, smiley, super-positive person” but said she was struggling with not being able to control her own life.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as senior members of the royal family in January 2020. He moved to California in the same year.

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