The Duchess of Cambridge tells her friends she doesn’t think it’s too late to ‘pull over’ Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Back In’ shortly before he made a series of shocking claims about him and the rest of the royal family in his Oprah interview.
Insiders told The Telegraph’s Stella magazine that Kate has taken a similar approach to the Queen in seeing the Sussexes as “very dear members of the royal family”, and is hopeful they can make a comeback.
The newspaper’s royal expert Camilla Tomini writes: “I have been reliably informed that she was even telling her friends before the Oprah interview that she didn’t think it was ‘too late to pull them back’.”
But shortly after the couple sat down with Oprah Winfrey and opened up about royal life, claiming that a family member asked questions about Archie’s skin tone and called William “trapped.”
Meghan also said that Kate made her cry at a bridesmaid dress fitting.
According to Kate’s uncle Gary Goldsmith, the Duchess is a “superb mediator and peacemaker” and is try your best to end the fight.
Goldsmith, 56, brother of Kate’s mother Carol, insisted the Duchess is doing everything she can to fix things between her husband and her brother.
He added that the Duke of Sussex, 36, needed to “catch up” and stop his “self-indulgent episode” before reaching the point that “there is no common ground or connection to rebuilding”.
The Ibiza-based recruiting consultant said everyone was “surprised” by Harry’s wrath, which included accusing the royal family of racism and neglect in a series of interviews with Oprah Winfrey.
He told Closer: “If Harry doesn’t hold on and stop this self-indulgent episode, there will soon be no common ground or relationship to rebuild.
“But if anyone can bring peace to the royal family, Kate can. Kate is a fantastic mediator and peacemaker. Every bone in her body is about making friends and doing the best she can… she tries to mediate Still working.”
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