In early summer, Kensington Palace sent legal letters to the publication, asking for it to be removed from the internet. They also released a rare statement regarding the story: “This story contains a series of inaccuracies and misrepresentations which were not presented to Kensington Palace prior to its publication.
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Tatler originally stood behind the story, but the Mail on Sunday can now reveal that the Palace and the magazine have reached an agreement that sees the article amended.
The original claimed Kate was “exhausted and trapped” after the royal outing of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. He also claimed Kate had “gotten dangerously skinny, just like – some point out – Princess Diana.” A reference to Diana’s known eating disorders.
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Additionally, there have been criticisms of Kate’s mother and sister, Carole and Pippa, calling them “terrible snobbish” and “trying” which reportedly upset the family the most.
A source close to publisher Condé Nast said: “Tatler has a long-standing relationship with the royal family and wanted to end this amicably. ”
Many paragraphs of the article have now been deleted. A note at the end of the article simply indicates that the article has been edited.
ET Canada has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.