Kate Middleton’s Family & Queen Elizabeth NOT In “Royal Baby Battle,” Despite Report
Kate Middleton’s family and Queen Elizabeth are not having a “royal baby battle,” despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust this rumor. We’re told by a royal insider the claim is absolutely not true.
According to Star, Middleton’s mom Carole and sister Pippa stopped by Kensington Palace shortly after the Duchess gave birth on May 2, so they could see Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, but their visit didn’t sit well with the Queen because she wanted to be the very first extended family member to see the new baby. “Kate probably appreciated them coming so soon after the birth, but the Queen did not,” a supposed “source” tells the tabloid, adding, “She felt like Carole swooped in and took over.”
But that’s not all. The tabloid claims Queen Elizabeth and Carole had a fight when the British monarch arrived at Kensington Palace to see Princess Charlotte. “Carole was already there, and was even holding Charlotte when the Queen walked in,” a so-called “source” tells Star, noting, “The Queen wasn’t happy about having to see Kate’s mum.” The magazine goes on to state that Queen Elizabeth, without even saying hello, asked to hold baby Charlotte, prompting Carole to mutter under her breath, “Now you finally decide to see the baby.”
Not dramatic enough? Star, which Gossip Cop has previously busted for fabricating a “health scare” story about Middleton and wrongly claiming she was having twins, now goes on to allege that The Queen then told her handlers to “get that woman out of her sight!”
Even though the tabloid has a rich history of being royally wrong about Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth, we still reached out to a source in Buckingham Palace, who assures us exclusively that “there’s no truth whatsoever” to Star’s latest tale.