Kate Middleton feels 'exhausted and trapped' after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal exit: report


Kensington Palace is closing Tatler's report on Kate Middleton.

“This story contains a number of inaccuracies and misrepresentations that were not disclosed to Kensington Palace before publication,” a Kensington Palace spokesman said on Wednesday.


Below Prince Harry And Meghan MarkleAfter the royal exit, it looks like the royal world is collapsing Kate Middleton.

In a cover story for Tatler Royal insiders claim the Duchess of Cambridge is feeling “exhausted and trapped”.

According to an alleged friend of Middleton, Tatler explains: “Kate is angry about the increased workload. Of course she smiles and dresses appropriately, but she doesn't want that. She feels exhausted and trapped. She works as hard as a top CEO who constantly needs to be kicked out. “Time, without the benefit of boundaries and tons of vacation.”

When the coronavirus pandemic brought her “normal” daily life and royal duties to a halt, Middleton took on the extra work head-on.

But according to royal insiders spoken to TatlerThis began long before the health crisis and began when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex ended their royal life.

“Meghan and Harry were so selfish,” a friend of Prince William and Middleton told the publication. “William and Catherine desperately wanted to be hands-on parents, and the Sussexes essentially threw their three children under a bus. Their morning school runs are lost because the responsibility that now rests on them is enormous.”


Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton and kids at the polo match

After Prince Harry and Markle stepped down, Middleton took on nearly a dozen royal engagements within a month. Another royal insider shared: “Kate understands that the royal family’s only creed is duty, duty, duty. With the Sussexes, however, there is constant uncertainty.”

However, Middleton was also relatively open about the difficulties she experienced while homeschooling her children Princess Charlotte And Prince George.

Last weekend, it was reported that Prince William and Middleton are “considering” keeping their five-year-old daughter at home during the summer, when school is expected to reopen The Sunday Times.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want to “keep their two children together and maintain their lockdown routine” amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

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Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle, Wimbledon 2019

Earlier this month, Middleton also spoke about how her family, including her youngest, is doing Prince Louis, hold on. “I'm sure you're experiencing the same thing with your families and other things, but we're back to homeschooling, but no, yeah, it's really unprecedented times, but we're doing well, thanks for asking,” she shared .

In the same interview, she also spoke about the difficulties of homeschooling her children. “George is very upset because he wants to do all of Charlotte's projects… making spider sandwiches is way cooler than literacy work,” she shared. “Yeah, it's really hard, we didn't do a lot of FaceTime and face calls and stuff like that, but we're doing a lot of that now and actually it's been really great. We try to check in with the family members every day, so to speak, and talk to them about news and things like that.

More royal insiders shared TatlerHowever, that the previously reported tensions between Middleton and Markle are actually more than just unfounded rumors and that they date back to Markle and Prince Harry's wedding.

According to a friend of Middleton, per Tatler“There was an incident at the wedding rehearsal. It was a hot day and apparently there was an argument about whether or not the bridesmaids should wear tights. Kate followed protocol and said they should do it. Meghan didn't want them to wear that.”

Photos from the wedding seem to suggest that Markle has won this debate, with a royal insider adding: “You hear numerous stories in the palace about the staff saying so-and-so is a nightmare and misbehaving, but that's what they hear “You never talk about Kate.”

Another insider says Tatler“Kate keeps her staff, but Meghan doesn’t. Doesn’t that mean anything?”