Meghan was dragged into a furious Kate row, prompting a ‘vile and creepy’ Sussex outburst.

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Meghan was dragged into a furious Kate row, and Meghan’s fury was described as “vile and creepy.”

MEGHAN Markle supporters have reacted angrily to an article that pits royal women against one another in the run-up to the Duchess of Cambridge’s 40th birthday this weekend.

Omid Scobie, a royal commentator, shared an opinion piece from a tabloid newspaper that appeared to praise Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, who turns 40 on Sunday, while harshly criticizing Meghan Markle, Princess Charlene of Monaco, and Queen Letizia of Spain.

“I don’t understand the constant need to use the Duchess of Cambridge’s 40th birthday to sling mud at women who have nothing to do with her or her birthday,” Mr Scobie wrote.

This vile article’s language is sexist, hateful, and creepy.”

“This article is vile,” Jo Holmes wrote, echoing Omid’s sentiments.

Abby Gardner, the article’s author, described it as “deeply disturbing.”

Mayita, a royal fan, simply wrote “horrible,” while Meiya, a Mr Scobie follower, wrote: “Wow – that article is shockingly hateful.”

“And it’s so blatantly exaggerated in its compliments to Catherine that it almost mocks her.”

Princess Beatrice was spotted honoring her children in a sweet way, similar to Meghan Markle’s practice of keeping two-year-old Archie “close” to her heart.

While out shopping in London, the 33-year-old was seen paying a loving tribute to her family.

The royal mum was seen wearing a gold chain necklace with three initials – an E for her husband, S for Sienna, and W for Wolfie – in an adorable nod to her family.

However, this charming tribute isn’t the Firm’s first of its kind.

Meghan Markle, 40, was spotted wearing a similar necklace honoring her son Archie.

Painting is “one of the most relaxing and therapeutic exercises,” according to Prince Charles.

At the end of last year, the Garrison Chapel in Chelsea, London, unveiled the largest ever exhibition of Prince Charles’ work.

A total of 79 of Prince Charles’ watercolours are on display.

This is the first time the Princes’ work has been shown in its entirety in this medium.

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Meghan Markle supporters have reacted angrily to an article pitting royal women against one another ahead of the Duchess of Cambridge’s 40th birthday this weekend.

Omid Scobie, a royal commentator, shared an opinion piece from a tabloid newspaper that appeared to be positive.

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