Kate Middleton remained stoic when she was spotted for the first time since her brother-in-law released his tell-all memoir, ‘Spare’.
The Princess of Wales, who was driving when photographers captured her, managed to hide all her emotions about Prince Harry’s bomb-filled book as she returned to Windsor Castle on Wednesday afternoon.
Kate has found herself at the center of many of the Duke of Sussex’s revelations, ranging from her fandom of Meghan Markle’s ‘Suits’ TV show to her alleged mean-girl behavior when it comes to the bridesmaid’s dress. Princess Charlotte for the couple’s royal wedding.
Harry, 38, who is in New York to promote his book, claimed in his memoir he discovered the Duchess of Sussex sobbing ‘on the floor’ of their home after Kate, 41, allegedly demanded by text message that all the dresses are redone.
“Charlotte’s dress is too big, too long, too baggy,” Harry recalled, his sister-in-law texting Meghan about the dresses, which were made from measurements before a fitting. “She cried when she tried it on at home.”
The ‘Deal or No Deal’ alum allegedly then told Kate, “Good, and I told you the tailor’s been here since 8am. Here. At KP. Can you take Charlotte to have her touched up, like do other moms do?
When Kate insisted the dresses had to be redone, Meghan tried to impress on her the stress she had been under not only from planning the wedding, but also from the actions of her father Thomas Markle who were making headlines at the time.
“Kate said she was well aware, but the dresses,” Harry recalled. “And the wedding is in four days!”
“Yes, Kate, I know….”, would have answered his fiancée at the time.
Elsewhere in the book, Harry claims Kate privately admitted the tabloids were wrong when they reported that Meghan made Kate cry.
“Kate immediately shook things up by acknowledging that those stories in the papers about Meg making her cry were totally untrue,” the Duke of Sussex wrote.
Recalling a “summit” he and Markle had with Prince William and Kate, Harry alleged the Kate, “‘I know, Meghan, it was me who made you cry.'”
Palace officials have not responded to claims in Harry’s memoir.