Meghan and Kate’s relationship ‘will never heal’ after Oprah interview

Meghan Markle’s “wrecking ball” interview with Oprah Winfrey has meant her relationship “will never heal” with Kate Middleton, a royal expert has claimed.

ITV will show Meghan and Prince Harry's interview with US TV host Oprah Winfrey in full on Monday night and on ITV Hub, Courtesy of Harpo Productions/CBS.

Among a series of bombshell revelations, the Duchess of Sussex responded to allegations that she made Kate cry days before marrying Harry over a disagreement about the flower girls' dresses.

But Meghan claimed “the reverse happened” and that it was herself that was actually left in tears by the Duchess of Cambridge.

The comments were discussed by royal journalist and author Robert Jobson for True Royalty TV’s Facebook Live last night, who compared their current relationship to that of Wallace Simpson and the Queen Mother.

The Queen Mother was widely believed to have a disdain for Wallace following after her son, Edward VII, abdicated the throne to spend his life with the American socialite.

“I think when Catherine is the Queen Consort, there will be the same relationship,” Robert claimed.

“There’ll both be around but I can never see there being a healing because what they’ve said is they’ve put a wrecking ball right the way through [their relationship].”

True Royalty TV host Kate Thornton also asked: “Can Meghan Markle ever sit at the same table with the Royal Family again?”

But Robert, along with fellow royal biographer Angela Levin and Daily Mirror royal correspondent Russell Myers, claimed she would not want to.

“If she’d wanted to, she wouldn’t have done this interview,” Mr Jobson replied.

Daily Star has contacted Kate Middleton's representatives for comment.

Elsewhere in the interview, the Sussexes revealed the gender of their second baby.

Meanwhile, Harry claimed that his father Prince Charles had stopped taking his calls during Megxit.

Watch the full interview on ITV at 9pm on Monday night and on ITV Hub, Courtesy of Harpo Productions/CBS'

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