Prince William (37) and his wife Duchess Kate (38) want to take legal action against the British Tatler magazine! On Monday, the cover story “Catherine the Great” about Kate appeared online and in the print edition of the magazine. The mother of three gets away with anything but well. On the one hand, it claims that the 38-year-old is exposed to an additional burden after the Megxit and should be angry about it. A short time later, the Kensington Palace denied these claims and described them as swaths of inaccuracies and misrepresentations. On the other hand, there were comments about their weight, and that’s where the fun for the royal family finally stops: The couple should consider suing the magazine.
A possible lawsuit is to have Tatler remove the article from the web – a highly unusual move for William and Kate, such as Daily Mail reported. For Kate, particularly hurtful passages in the play are: “Kate has become so worryingly thin, some say, just like Princess Diana (✝36).” An insider now commented to the news outlet: “This is disgusting. It is sexist and despicable for women.” The Blue Blooders were also not informed that the Tatler worked on this story.
The magazine replied to the royal family’s statement: editor-in-chief Richard Dennen was therefore behind the statements and sources that were used. “Kensington Palace had known for months that we would bring this cover story, and we asked for a photo shoot for the cover. That they claim they didn’t know about it is categorically wrong.”, it says in the opinion.
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