Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Photo: Anwar Hussein / WireImage
Just last month, the tabloids were moved by the royal tour of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (and the announcement that the couple is expecting their first royal baby). The return of Kate Middleton after her maternity leave was also very enthusiastic and it was possible that the most elusive member of the royal family, the young prince Louis, finally make a public appearance (which he finally did). But oh, how fast the tides have turned. Now, tabloid newspapers continue to push rumors of "tension" between the millennial royals – Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle – with stories of tears, tantrums, grandiosity and … to … work too much hard.
That you think these reports is one thing (we'll see what happens behind these stories later), but in general, it's hard to keep pace with the continuing madness. Here is a checklist of recent dramatic reports on the royal family to help you gather your ideas.
Prince Harry and Prince William.
Photo: TOLGA AKMEN / AFP / Getty Images
• October 26th: Write for the Daily mailRobert Jobson (who wrote a biography of Prince Charles on November 14th for his 70th birthday) claimed that Prince Charles was upset by his sons, Prince Harry, and that Prince William had not spoken about him in a documentary of Princess Diana.
• October 28th: the Daily mail publishes several other works by Robert Jobson. He states (respectively) that Prince William is "difficult" or "tall" and that Prince Harry had a temper tantrum before his royal wedding. Jobson also claims that Queen Elizabeth and Meghan Markle had a hat trick once, because Meghan did not understand that the Queen wanted her to wear a matching hat. Then Jobson declares that Prince William and Prince Charles had a disagreement over the ivory of Buckingham Palace and, finally, he also calls Prince Harry "a hungry advertisement".
• October 28th: the Time reports that Prince Harry and Prince William are considering splitting their courts (their offices). According to the report, the brothers now have their own family and different royal responsibilities. The split seems to have a practical meaning.
• November, 1st: Vanity Fair publishes a cover story about Prince Charles, on the occasion of the 70th birthday of the future monarch. Written by James Reginato, it highlights a not so subtle nuance of the fact that Prince Charles realizes more royal commitments than his sons.
• November 10th: The tabloids say that Meghan's personal assistant, hitherto unknown, resigned six months later.
• November 12: the Sun reports that three of Prince Harry's and Meghan's employees have gone since the royal wedding.
• November 17: the Daily mail publishes an article claiming that Royal Councilors are frustrated by Meghan's work ethic on the "West Coast". She would have sent out six texts every day containing ideas about the work and was getting up at 5 in the morning. L & # 39; horror.
The Fab Four seemed happy in the middle of the month.
Photo: PAUL GROVER / AFP / Getty Images
• November 23: the Sun announces that Prince Harry and Meghan will leave Kensington Palace to travel to Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor Castle property. In the report, a source told the tabloid: "There was a little tension between the brothers. Now, Harry and Meghan do not want to live next to William and Kate and want to fend for themselves. "
• November 24th: A Daily mail The report suggests that the movement stems from the tension between Kate and Meghan. But that same day, another Daily mail According to the report, no, there was no dramatic conflict between the two women; the move simply makes sense for Prince Harry and Meghan to bring their child away from the spotlight. Interesting contrast. But the same (second) report qualifies Prince Harry as "dictatorial" and Meghan's "opinion."
Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle.
Photo: Clive Mason / Getty Images
• November 26th: the Telegraph reports that Kate Middleton cried during a fitting of Princess Charlotte's bridesmaid dress with Meghan Markle. We do not know what caused the crying – Kate had just given birth to Prince Louis and said she was (naturally) "emotional" – but later reports on this alleged incident are presented in such a way as to give the impression that that happened belongs to Meghan. fault. the Telegraph Also note that Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate and Meghan all left Prince Charles's 70th birthday early.
• November 26th: Write for Vanity Fair, the royal journalist Katie Nicholl, says there is no tension between Kate and Meghan – they are just not close. In addition, she reports that Prince Harry and Prince William had a tiff when Meghan first arrived – Harry would have thought his brother was not welcoming enough, but the Cambridges then invited the future Sussex to stay with them at Christmas last year.
• November 27: LaineyGossip points out that the cry report of Meghan / Kate may have questionable origins. Elaine Lui writes:
"The rumor around London today is that it is well known to the royal reporters that this latest story, which would come from Robert Jobson's research, that Meghan would have pushed Kate to cry, would have been projected against two publications that had refused it because of a legal past before landing at the Daily Telegraph. "
• November 28th: People reports that Prince Harry feels "very trapped" at Kensington Palace and "impatient" to leave.
Given that these dramatic royal reports continue to appear, we will not fail to update this post when more unavoidable information will be released.