A recent article by Tatler magazine appears to have thrown Duchess Kate (38) off the track. It claimed, among other things, that Prince William’s (37) sweetheart has been in the works since her brother-in-law Prince Harry (35) and his wife Duchess Meghan (38) resigned from their royal positions. In addition, Kate’s allegedly too thin body was compared to that of Princess Diana (✝36), who had suffered from bulimia for years. That was too much for her – reports say Kate and William are considering suing the magazine. Now it also seems clear why the Duchess of Cambridge could be so upset about it: The editor-in-chief at Tatler is an old student friend of hers!
She would have such a negative campaign Richard Dennen, under whose direction the Tatler magazine appears, certainly not trustworthy: How The Sun. reported now that the 38-year-old was so shocked by the article that she was Richard I have also attended lectures on art history at St. Andrews University. According to this, the native American and Kate even went on vacation together in 2004. The editor-in-chief was also a guest when his fellow student and William said yes in 2011.
A source now told the British newspaper that the triple mother felt betrayed: “There are a lot of unanswered questions about this, for example, who exactly said such things about Kate to Tatler. Your real friends would never talk about her that way.” The Kensington Palace published a statement shortly after the article in question appeared on the Internet. It said that the royal family had not been informed that the magazine was planning an article about Kate. Richard again stand behind the author of the text and her sources.
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