Kate’s Resentment towards Meghan after Last-Minute Decision

Kate’s Resentment towards Meghan after Last-Minute Decision

...By Jack Sylva for TDPel Media.

According to Robert Jobson, a royal author, Princess Kate has been “eaten up” by a last-minute decision made by Charles when his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, was dying in September 2022.


In his new book titled Our King Charles III: The Man and the Monarch Revealed, Jobson details a predicament that Charles faced over his sons’ wives being with the Queen in her final moments.

The Decision and its Consequences

Jobson claims that Charles asked Prince William not to bring Kate with him so that it would be fairer for Meghan Markle when she was also asked not to attend.

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Kate desperately wanted to be there with the Queen in her final moments, and the decision has led to her resentment building up towards the Duchess of Sussex.

Jobson writes, “Privately, he wanted to say Meghan was not welcome but he couldn’t say that to Harry so he personally intervened and asked Kate to stay back so that it was fairer on Meghan.”

Kate’s Participation in a Walkabout with Meghan and Harry


Jobson also claims that Kate found participating in a walkabout with Meghan and Harry “one of the hardest things she has had to do.”

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Kate, Prince William, Prince Harry, and Meghan spoke with members of the public together during the walkabout following the Queen’s death.

In his book, Jobson claims that sources told him that while the royals looked united on the day, it was not the case.

The image of unity was an “illusion,” and Kate later admitted to a senior royal that the joint walkabout was one of the hardest things she’d ever had to do.


The royal family has long been an object of fascination and intrigue for people around the world.

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Robert Jobson’s new book provides a glimpse into the complex dynamics within the family and sheds light on the fallout of decisions made during a time of grief.

While it’s difficult to verify the accuracy of Jobson’s claims, they provide an interesting perspective on the events surrounding Queen Elizabeth II’s death and the aftermath.


The book also highlights the challenges faced by members of the royal family and the toll that public life can take on them.

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