Kate Middleton 'deeply upset' by Harry and Meghan's latest business venture

Kate Middleton is reportedly 'upset' by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming 'Brand Sussex' launch.

Pop Culture & Art May 23, 2024

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are actively promoting themselves and their brand, which has caused tension with Prince William and Kate Middleton. 

According to a royal expert, Meghan Markle recently launched her new brand, American Riviera Orchard, while Prince Harry has been involved in interviews and tours while Prince William and Catherine focus on their health. 

Royal expert Tom BoweBower suggests that this has “upset” Kate Middleton, who is currently unable to work due to medical advice. 

Prince William has prioritized supporting his family during this difficult time, but still faces pressure to attend engagements alone. 

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been busy with their business ventures, the Invictus Games, and Netflix projects, leading to what the expert describes as "constant sniping from California" and potentially fueling William's anger towards Harry.

According to Tom, "Not only is there the pressure on William, but also the constant sniping from California. I'm sure he's furious with Harry, he's behaved appallingly."

"I can imagine that Kate and William are deeply upset by having the Sussexes' brand operation rubbed in their face while they're going through this tragedy," Tom added.

It comes as a royal aide insisted Kate Middleton "needs the space and privacy to recover right now" even though she made "a clear commitment" to her public works, the Mirror reports.

The Princess of Wales is "excited" to be at the heart of the launch of a project that could boost the UK economy by £45.5billion a year. 

On Tuesday, her Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood published a report identifying five areas that businesses of all sizes can help children under five and the adults around them.


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