Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle didn’t have a close bond or get on, a royal expert has claimed.
Royal biographer Sean Smith, who released the book Meghan Misunderstood last week, said says "sociable" Meghan felt "isolated" while living in the UK.
Prince Harry and Meghan announced in January this year that they would step back from senior positions in the Royal Family following talks at Sandringham between the Duke of Sussex, Prince Charles,Prince William and The Queen.
The couple then stepped back from their royal duties in March and following the move, they relocated with baby Archie first to Canada and later Los Angeles when the US was placed on lockdown due to coronavirus.
And it is now claimed that after getting married and moving from Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage, “sociable” Meghan felt cut off and lacking a close female friend to help her adjust to royal life.
Despite the difficulties she was experiencing, though, Mr Smith said Meghan did not feel lonely because she had the two most important people in her life nearby – Harry and little Archie.
Speaking to The Sun about Meghan’s relationship with Kate, Mr Smith added said: “Clearly they weren’t sisters, they didn’t get on. I think Kate has always had a focus.”
The biographer added that Meghan missed mum Doria Ragland and her “network of friends across the Atlantic.”
He said: “She is a very sociable person and I don’t think that was the case over here. I just don’t think she knew people over here.
“I think she definitely felt isolated and that she couldn’t speak up, and this is somebody who is a mature, high-achiever.”
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