Meghan Markle overshadowing Princess Eugenie on her marriage to Jack Brooksbank was no mere coincidence, says royal professional Katie Nicholl.
The two royal girls had a tiff after Meghan and Harry introduced they’re pregnant with first son Archie on Eugenie’s big day.
This was achieved intentionally, in keeping with the Vanity Fair royal editor, “That day was considerably overshadowed when, only a day later, Harry and Meghan publicly introduced that they have been anticipating their first baby.
“It’s understood that they shared that news with close family friends at the wedding itself. Understandably that was upsetting for Princess Eugenie,” she added.
Royal writer Tom Quinn famous, “Although Meghan and Eugenie get on completely effectively, they aren’t good buddies.
“I just don’t believe it was a coincidence,” he stated.
This wasn’t the primary ocassion Eugenie had Meghan grow to be the centre of consideration at a royal occasion.
“Because of the order of hierarchy, she actually had to wait for Prince Harry to marry Meghan before she could marry Jack, even though they’d been engaged for a long time.”
“There was a certain amount of upset about that. Upset about being told, ‘you’ve got to wait, the British public won’t be able to be even remotely enthusiastic about this wedding,'” Katie defined.