In an almost two-hour conversation, the Dukes of Sussex told Oprah Winfrey about how they lived in Buckingham Palace, why they were forced to leave it in a hurry, and how they would live on. One of the most burning topics of the interview was the attitude of the royal family members to the “outlander” Megan.
Since the American actress married the queen’s youngest grandson, the British press began to artificially “playoff” the two brothers’ wives, discussing their outfits, manners, as well as their relationship to each other and the family. Many Britons were outraged by the conflict between their daughters-in-law on the eve of Megan’s wedding. Then the English tabloids wrote that Megan made Kate cry. The reason for the conflict was the outfits of girls who were supposed to carry flowers.
The 67-year-old TV presenter decided to clarify how everything really happened and whether Prince Harry’s wife really brought the darling of the British to tears. Oprah asked Markle, “It was exactly the opposite,” meaning that she was crying because of Kate. The Duchess of Sussex noted that Kate later apologized to her and even sent flowers. Markle clarified that the week before the wedding was very stressful for all royal family members, and she does not hold a grudge against her husband’s older brother’s wife. However, from that moment, according to Megan herself, the press began a campaign to “destroy” her good name.