"Kate was 100 percent not one of the people who discussed it. She is saddened that her name got pulled into this because she had nothing to do with it," a source spilled.
"This has closed the door on any reconciliation with Meghan as far as Kate is concerned. She has had enough of Meghan’s antics and wants absolutely nothing to do with her. She will never make up with her," the source added.
Even though there is no evidence to suggest the Duchess of Sussex had anything to do with Scobie's book, it is believed the future queen blames Meghan for causing the uproar in the first place. The former actress and Prince Harry infamously sat down with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021 for an interview. At one point in the tell-all, the Duchess emotionally tells the media mogul that an unnamed senior royal asked her what color Prince Archie's skin would be when he was born.
Racism was strongly implied in the revelation, as she told the former talk show host that naming the person "would be very damaging for them." Harry then later told Winfrey: "That conversation I’m never going to share. But at the time, it was awkward. I was a bit shocked. I’m not comfortable sharing it."
"I can't talk about the details. We have, however, received a request to put the title on hold, and that is what we have done. We are awaiting further instructions. I do not know how long this will be," a representative for the book's publishing house shared when the news broke of the error that named Kate along with King Charles III as the "racist royals."
Numerous analysts came forward after the news to express their skepticism that the King and Princess of Wales could say something "so outlandish."
As The Royal Observer previously reported, royal expert Phil Dampier said that he found it "very hard to believe that this error occurred due to a problem with the translation," while veteran royal reporter Michael Cole believes the spill is nothing more than a "publicity stunt" on Scobie's part to drive more attention toward the tome to increase sales.
Neither the Princess of Wales nor the King have commented on the supposed copy error, and are not expected to now or in the future. Harry and Meghan have also made no remarks about the allegations within the Dutch edition of Endgame.
The New York Post reported on the insider revelations.