Kate Middleton is ready for the holidays, and is looking forward to the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's bundle of joy. On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William visited Leicester University, where, while greeting the crowd, she was asked if she was excited about her sister-in-law's pregnancy.
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Kate's updates come the same day that multiple sources told The Telegraph that she was left in tears following a bridesmaid dress fitting for Charlotte for Meghan and Harry's royal wedding.
“Kate had only just given birth to Prince Louis and was feeling quite emotional,” an insider told the outlet. Kate welcomed her third child in April and Meghan and Harry tied the knot in Windsor, England, the following month.
The alleged incident happened around the same time that Meghan had reportedly “upset” Queen Elizabeth II by asking to wear an emerald tiara instead of the one offered to her by Her Royal Highness.
Meanwhile, a royal source previously told ET, “Meghan and Kate have different interests and lead different lives,” adding that there “has been some tension,” between William, Kate, Harry and Meghan.
"It's pretty obvious for everyone to see that Kate and Meghan are two completely different characters. They don't have a huge amount in common," royal correspondent, Katie Nicholl, told ET earlier this week. "I think Kate certainly, initially went out of her way to welcome Meghan into the family. ...She has tried to help show Meghan the ropes, but of course, Kate's got her own family."