Kate Middleton made a public appearance just days after the royal family refrained from commenting on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's terrifying car chase. The Princess of Wales was seen attending an event at the Anna Freud Centre in honor of mental health week. Kate was all smiles while wearing a casual green dress, despite the fact that prior to her arrival, the royal family decided not to comment on the incident involving the Sussexes.
"Spokespersons for both King Charles and Queen Camilla, and Prince William and Kate have declined to comment," the biographer shared with his followers. "I understand that no member of the Royal Family has reached out to the Sussexes since today's news broke four hours ago."
Before he revealed the monarchy's silence, Scobie explained the actual danger surrounding the incident. "Last night, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Doria Ragland were involved in a terrifying paparazzi car chase involving six blacked-out vehicles in a chase that could have been fatal," he revealed.
Not only were the photographers attempting to snag a photo of the couple, but there was an attempt to follow them to their temporary residence. "Despite being confronted by uniformed police multiple times, the paparazzi’s cars continued their pursuit in trying to follow the Sussexes and Doria to the private residence they were staying at," Scobie wrote. "Traffic violations by the drivers include driving on a sidewalk, going through red lights, reversing down a one-way street, driving while photographing and illegally blocking a moving vehicle."
The images taken during that time period were published and later deleted by the outlet in response to the criticism.
"Photos of the couple that came as a result from the two-hour chase briefly appeared on the Daily Mail this morning but have since been removed," the royal expert revealed. "A source close to the Sussexes say Harry, Meghan and Doria are 'understandably shaken but thankful everyone's safe.'"