Meghan Markle’s claims that the royal family offered her no assistance when she married Prince Harry have been denied by Sophie Wessex.
Prince Edward’s wife revealed earlier that she had offered to help Meghan, but only encountered refusals.
Royal commentator Rebecca English tweeted: ‘I have been told that Kate – and the Countess of Wessex – have both’ reached out ‘to the Duchess on several occasions. [of Sussex] especially after expressing his dissatisfaction in a television documentary. “But they were both pushed back. “
In the said ITV documentary, Meghan raised her eyebrows when she said, “Few people ask if I’m okay,” before adding in tears that she “disagreed” in the media spotlight, dubbing the traditional stiff upper lip often associated with royals’ damaging on the inside. “
The Duchess’s statement was seen as the first indication that Harry and Meghan are set to leave the royal family.
In April 2019, Royal Commentator Katie Nicholl said: “According to sources, the Queen has appointed Sophie as the Royal Mentor for Meghan. The two spent time together at Royal Ascot last year and get along well. “