On Monday, the day after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry roasted the royal family in a TV interview with Oprah, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall were spotted looking somber.
Middleton looked grim and was photographed being driven into Kensington Palace in London in the morning.
Markle made it clear that Middleton made her cry in contrast to tabloid headlines that said the opposite.
Markle told Oprah Winfrey in the tell-all sit down how Middleton “made me cry, and it really hurt my feelings” during a discussion over the Duchess of Sussex’s flower-girl dresses before her wedding to Prince Harry.
Markle added that Middleton later apologized, “and I’ve forgiven her.”
In additional footage released on Monday, Markle said that it was outrageous that the scrutiny Kate faced while she dated Prince William was compared to the racism leveled at her, as she said some members of the royal family have suggested.
“Rude is not racist,” Markle told Winfrey.
As for the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla remained serious with a faraway look in her eyes as she was driven through central London on Monday.
Camilla had to endure her stepson’s remark telling Winfrey that his father and her husband, Prince Charles, are “trapped” in his royal life. Prince Harry said he feels sorry for his dad and brother.
Prince Harry also claimed his dad stopped taking his calls after he and Markle departed from the royal family.
“I feel really let down,” Harry told Winfrey.
Still, “of course, I will always love him,” the prince said of his father.
Vanity Fair reported that Prince Charles has been “in a state of despair” over the interview, even as Harry previously emailed his dad to try to explain why the couple did it.