Who is telling the truth? During Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's tell-all with Oprah Winfrey, which aired on March 7, the Duchess claimed that Kate made her upset prior to her 2018 wedding.
"A few days before the wedding, she was upset about something pertaining — yes, the issue was correct — about flower girl dresses, and it made me cry, and it really hurt my feelings," Meghan told Winfrey.
However, Kate's uncle Gary Goldsmith is skeptical of what the 39-year-old former actress said on television.
"I've known Kate since she was born and she doesn't have a mean bone in her body. It's just simply not in her nature," Goldsmith told the Mail on Sunday. "She's even lovelier on the inside than on the outside. If anyone had a hissy fit, it must have been Meghan. Kate would have been trying to make the peace."
He added, "I would fight for Kate's honor until the day I die. She is the most spectacular person I've ever met."
Even though Meghan touched upon the royal family not supporting her when she was living in the U.K., Goldsmith is not convinced everything she is saying is true.
"When Meghan first entered the Royal Family, I was made up for Harry," he said. "Like the rest of the country, it seemed she was the real deal and it was a marriage made in heaven. But what has happened is heartbreaking. I don't blame Meghan — she's a Hollywood starlet. You can't blame a tiger for biting the head off a sheep."
"But I don't believe a word that comes out of her mouth. She's an actress and knows how to manipulate her audience," he fumed.
"I don't believe for a second she had to Google the words to the National Anthem. Harry has been singing it since the age of five," he said, referring to when she claimed she didn't know anything about the royal family during her interview.
The Suits star also revealed she grappled with suicidal thoughts, but since Harry has been so open about his mental health over the years, he's confused how his wife could get to such a dark place.
"The last time I checked, he [Harry] was the face of a mental wellbeing charity," he said. "Where was he in all this? Surely as her husband, he should have been able to give her the help and support she needed. He's a senior Army officer who has been in a war zone. He should be able to stand up for himself and his wife."
He continued, "He shouldn't claim to be family-centric when he has hurt everyone who loves him. You don't ask for anonymity and take a step back from public life to then throw your family and your grandmother under a bus on TV. Why would you do that? The royal family is not racist, it's not sexist, it's not ageist. They are a moral compass."