Hormones are to blame for everything: it became known how Meghan brought Kate Middleton to tears on the eve of her wedding

The whole world already knows that Meghan Markle brought the Duchess of Cambridge to tears on the eve of her wedding, and it was not only in the bridesmaids’ dresses.The author of the book “Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the war with the Windsors” Tom Baver claims that the main reason for the conflict was that Meghan compared Kate’s daughter – Princess Charlotte – to her daughter (already ex-best friend) Jessica Mulroney Ivy, saying that the length of the dresses of flower girls should be the same. Meghan and Kate also disagreed on whether flower girls should wear pantyhose, the Duchess of Cambridge thought they should, and Meghan had a different opinion on the matter.

The Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte at the wedding of Meghan and Harry in 2018 / Photo: Getty Images

In his book, Tom Baver said the Duchess of Cambridge was “too tired to argue” with the disagreement over whether bridesmaids should wear pantyhose, but ultimately believed they had to do so to follow protocol. However, he claimed: “Meghan’s persistence was supported by Jessica, Ivy’s mother.” Then there was a second dispute “about the length of the hem of Princess Charlotte’s dress. Kate thought it was too short and in no way appropriate. But Meghan did not want to compromise.According to the Daily Mail, it was previously known that this conflict with Meghan’s dresses brought Kate to tears. The Duchess of Sussex herself spoke about the incident in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, saying that she did not know what made Kate so upset, but later she came to her with a bouquet of flowers and apologized. Although there were rumors before this interview that everything was exactly the opposite.

Wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry / Photo: Associated Press

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