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“First step towards reconciliation”: Meghan Markle dares to approach Kate after her operation

2024-02-21T19:41:12.975Z

Highlights: “First step towards reconciliation’: Meghan Markle dares to approach Kate after her operation. “Meghan has reached out to Kate and Charles,” a source told US Weekly. Princess Kate was "open" to a reconciliation and "ready to move forward" but would "not interfere" in her husband Prince William's business with his younger brother. Meghan supports Harry in all of this and wishes the royals - including Kate - all the best.



As of: February 21, 2024, 8:26 p.m

By: Annemarie Göbbel

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The relationship between Meghan Markle and Princess Kate has always been considered tense.

Apparently the Duchess of Sussex took the first step.

Windsor - Unusually conciliatory tones are coming from Meghan Markle's (42) Sussex camp towards Norfolk, where Princess Kate (42) is currently recovering from her abdominal operation at her country estate Anmer Hall.

The palace did not disclose what exactly the mother of three has.

It is also a fact that the relationship between Princess of Wales and Meghan Markle was overshadowed by tension.

It is said that Meghan Markle has taken the first step to mend her relationship with Princess Kate

It seems Meghan is now ready to put the past behind her, as there appears to have been movement behind the scenes following Kate's recent health scare.

“Meghan has reached out to Kate and Charles,” a source told

US Weekly

.

“So steps are being taken towards reconciliation.”

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A second source reported to the Mirror

after Prince Harry's (39) quick visit to father King Charles (75) shortly after his cancer diagnosis was announced

: "Meghan supports Harry in all of this and wishes the royals - including Kate - all the best." The Insider added that Princess Kate was "open" to a reconciliation and "ready to move forward" but would "not interfere" in her husband Prince William's (41) business with his younger brother.

Meanwhile, Meghan and Kate no longer get in each other's way, even when they are compared

The Duchess of Sussex and the Princess of Wales were seen as tense and characterized by mutual accusations from the start.

Not least the prospect of always having to be one step behind Prince William and his wife led Meghan and Harry to step down from their royal duties in 2020.

The Sussexes then remotely targeted several members of the royal family in their explosive Netflix documentaries, and Harry also personally attacked his family in his debut memoir "Spare," which led to the final break with his brother Prince William (41). should have led.

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Meghan Markle apparently took the first step and contacted her sister-in-law Princess Kate (photo montage).

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As positive as this news may be, the Sussexes are doing their thing.

On the one hand, it can be assumed that after “Spare” Meghan will also publish her memoirs about her time with the royals.

On the other hand, Prince Harry has announced that he will talk about King Charles' (75) state of health in a TV interview in which he wants to raise awareness for his Invictus Games 2025 in Canada.

If this takes place without the king's explicit permission, it will also mean a new break in the relationship between Meghan and Kate, who will stand behind her father-in-law.

Sources used:

mirror.co.uk, dailymail.co.uk, telegraph.co.uk

Source: merkur

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