Meghan and Kate made up after wedding row as feud didnt benefit either party
Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton made up after their wedding row as the 'Dueling Duchesses' monikor didn't benefit either of them, claims Meghan biographer Andrew Morton.
The former Suits actress, 40, tied the knot with Prince Harry in May 2018, with reports emerging at the time that a stressful pre-wedding showdown between her and the Duchess of Cambridge left Kate in tears.
During an explosive interview with Oprah in March, Meghan claimed it was Kate who had made her cry in the encounter.
During an appearance on This Morning on Wednesday, biographer Andrew Morton didn't reveal which account was more accurate but he did reveal the events which followed.
Promoting the updated version of his 2018 biography Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, Morton revealed that Meghan sent Kate a gold bracelet as a "peace offering" as neither party wanted to look at war with the other.
He said: "After the dust had settled on the wedding, Meghan gave a gold bracelet out to all the people who had helped her, one of whom was Kate.
"So, that was a kind of peace offering.
He added: "I think both women are mature and sensible enough to realise that to have dueling Duchesses headlines was of no benefit to either of them and they were both professional and kissed and made up."
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