The Bridesmaid Row Revisited – Did the Duchess of Cambridge Snap at Meghan Over Her Treatment of Staff

The bridesmaid spat between Meghan Markle and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, has once again hit the media, with some more details being provided, this time by Kirstie Allsopp, who considers Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, a good family friend. Apparently, Meghan did make Catherine cry, but now it’s being claimed that the future   Queen Consort of England snapped over her future sister-in-law’s treatment of palace staff.

In many ways, it seems like Meghan Markle’s treatment of staff is at the core of most of the royal family’s initial grievance with her, and for very good reason. As every palace employee is paid for by the taxpayer, it’s important for royals to treat them with dignity and respect. Not just as their supervisors, but as generally good human beings. 

Meghan did not subscribe to that philosophy. 

She allegedly abused and bullied most of her staff members, with many quitting after only a short time working with the former c-list actress, who’s ego inflated exponentially after snatching and manipulating an emotionally damaged man. 

One of the initial reports about Meghan’s bad behavior involved some sort of scuffle during a bridesmaid fitting, with rumors ranging that the situation was over tights to Meghan allegedly calling Princess Charlotte fat.

But now Kirstie Allsopp, who runs in aristocratic circles, is jumping into the fray.

In an article on The Telegraph, Kirstie shared, “Kate never ever loses her temper, but she found out Meghan was being rude to staff at Kensington Palace and she was angry with her. Then, Kate burst into tears because she’d lost control and she did take Meghan flowers to try and patch things up.”

If that is correct, then bravo Catherine!

Those that are in power should always use their voices to stand up for those who they feel are being mistreated. If that’s what made Catherine lose her temper, then that is commendable. 

It’s hard to see someone else being mistreated and talked down to when they’re just trying to do their job, especially in a highly charged situation like a royal wedding.

Though no relationship is ever perfect, it sounds like Catherine genuinely respects her staff members and does the best she can to support them. She understands that her role is a privilege, not a right.

Meghan instead barreled her way through the palace, giving Americans a rather bad name in the process. During her engagement and short stint in the royal family, Meghan seemingly spent most of it bullying and abusing those staff members paid for by the taxpayers, with little respect to them or the institution she represented. 

Of course, Meghan and her legal team have spent a lot of time and effort trying to diminish or ignore claims of bad behavior, claiming that the former actress was some sort of saint who lowered herself into the monarchy and could never do anything wrong.

But as time goes on, it’s impossible to ignore a seemingly endless stream of reports that the face of a victim Meghan shows to the public is just a façade. 

In reality, it’s clear that Meghan is an abusive narcissistic woman who seems to take great pleasure in destroying those that she believes are beneath her and the palace no longer has any interest in protecting her. 

Meghan Markle made a pretty stunning climb to the top, but she did it by stepping over people in the process. Now that the court case is seemingly closed for now, the palace is eager to start dropping more truth bombs about the so-called Duchess of Sussex.

For a woman who claims that the palace didn’t protect her, it’s likely that next year we’ll find out how much the palace covered up to hide the real Meghan Markle from the public. 

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