Meghan Markle told Oprah Winfrey a “very different story” about Kate making her cry the night before their wedding.


Meghan Markle told Oprah Winfrey a “very different story” about Kate making her cry the night before the wedding.

According to a palace source, what Meghan Markle told Oprah Winfrey in her highly-publicized interview last year about the infamous “dress fitting row” differs from what she told them.

The long-running feud over who made the other Duchess cry before Meghan Markle’s wedding in 2018 has resurfaced.

The Times’ royal editor Roya Nikkhah quoted an anonymous palace insider who questioned Meghan’s account of the upsetting incident in a lengthy profile of Kate Middleton published on the eve of her 40th birthday.

Meghan revealed in a much-publicized interview with Oprah Winfrey last year that she was accused in the media of making Kate cry during a fitting before her wedding to Prince Harry.

In fact, Meghan said, “the opposite happened,” adding that Kate had apologized and the two had quickly patched things up.

However, a “palace source” has questioned her version of events.

“I’ve had hundreds of hours of conversations with her [Kate], and it never came up,” the insider says, according to the New York Times.

“I only ever heard from Meghan about it — and it was a completely different story than what she told Oprah.”

The specifics of what Meghan’s account of events was allegedly “different” were not revealed.

The incident first made headlines in November 2018, when it was reported that “Meghan left Kate in tears” during a “stressful” fitting over her demands for Princess Charlotte’s gown, with later reports claiming the dispute was over bridesmaids’ tights.

“Did you make Kate cry?” Oprah asked directly. Meghan said “no” and explained Kate was “upset” and made a comment that “made me cry, it really hurt my feelings.”

“She admitted it and apologized; she brought me flowers and a note of apology – she did exactly what I would do if I had hurt someone,” she continued.

“What was difficult to overcome was being held responsible for something that not only I did not cause, but also happened to me.”

Meghan also described the row and its subsequent media fallout, which incorrectly painted her as the aggressor, as a “turning point” in her time as a member of the Royal family.

“It was really difficult to write the Kate story that didn’t happen.”

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Omid Scobie, author of Finding Freedom, claimed last year that Meghan had emailed the Palace, requesting that they issue.

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