The news of the former Duke and Duchess of Sussex Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wanting to do a tell-all interview was circulating in the media for quite some time now. In fact, in April, a report in Daily Star stated that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly been offered USD 1 million to record a ‘tell-all’ interview to reveal some jaw-dropping insights and also that Oprah Winfrey might host this interview. Then there were reports of Harry doing a ‘tell-all’ interview where he will be talking about some details about the Royal family but Gossip Cop debunked the story and proved it to be a bogus report.
Similarly, we now hear about ‘tell-all’ interview news again and this time it is with the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton who planning to do the same but Gossip Gop proved that the reports have zero truth and that it has no creditability as well. According to this portal, an unnamed ‘source’ told Tatler that Middleton ‘wants to do an official sit-down interview in September to tell her side of the story, and how Harry and Meghan tore the family apart.’ In addition to Harry and Markle leaving the Royal duties, ‘Middleton will also allegedly discuss how she’s preparing to become queen.’
Breaking it down point by point, first, Gop mentioned that the source’s name was not mentioned, neither they mentioned where Middleton is planning to give the interview, nor it stated to whom. Coming to their statement on Kate becoming the Queen, then let us tell you, Kate Middleton and Prince William are not next in line for the throne but Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles are. While talking about ‘Harry and Meghan tore the family apart’ part, Gossip Cop revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge have sent legal papers to Tatler demanding to take down the story as it painted Markle unfairly. Overall, Kate Middleton is not going to do a ‘tell-all’ interview.
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