According to unexpected revelations, Kate Middleton was once responsible for a rupture of Prince Harry. To know everything, it’s in this article.
Could Prince Charles prevent Kate Middleton from becoming queen? While a royal expert has sowed doubt, new revelations about the Duchess of Cambridge have just been unveiled. When she met and married Prince William, the mother of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis was always very close to Prince Harry. If today, their relationship is not really the same since his departure from the royal family a few years ago, the duke of sussex was able to count on his sister-in-law on numerous occasions and especially when he needed advice for his love stories. Before marrying Meghan Markle, the Duke of Sussex was known to be a great seducer. While he has had many romances, Prince Harry also had a serious love affair with Chelsy Davy. Sadly, after six years, the couple ended their relationship for good in 2011.
Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry – Credit (s): gettyimages
According to our colleagues from Cheatsheet, Chelsy Davy would have realized how much she did not want to marry a future king when Kate Middleton and Prince William were married. As reported The Mirror, in his book Battle of Brothers, Robert Lacey, writer specializing in the royal family wrote: “In 2011, after a lot of back and forth, she finally decided to leave – and it was, ironically, Kate and William’s big and glorious wedding that made it happen for her in the spring. According to a friend, she told Harry that she could never make the sacrifices Kate made, especially when it came to shaping her life around the incessant press attention “. So these are words that could lead us to believe that despite herself, the Duchess of Cambridge played a role in the breakup of the Duke of Sussex and Chelsy Davy. Also, know that according to the latest secrets, Kate Middleton would have been very touched by a gift from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry for her birthday.
Credits: Cheatsheet, The Mirror