Now that Pregnant Kate Middleton’s premature hospitalization over contractions has turned partially untrue, ruling out a premature birth of the baby girl, a new feud between her and the British Queen Elizabeth has hit the media.
Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William’s grandmother Queen Elizabeth are reportedly at logger-heads over how to raise the baby girl and Kate is under duress over the strict rules imposed on her.
Kate Middleton is scheduled to give birth to the bay in April 2015 and her hospital visit a week ago raised many eye-brows about her possibility of undergoing labour pains before the maturity of the baby.
A report in Life & Style Magazine said Kate has opposed the dictum from Queen Elizabeth in a major show of discontent on how she should bring up her children. the March 9th cover of the magazine that coincides with an equally explosive coverpage by rival Star magazine on hospitalization, titled the report: “At War With The Queen: Kate Moves Out Of The Palace.”
The report further said Kate Middleton wanted to giveher children a normal life and that she is already “tired of the Queen trying to control her.” Dubbling it the “biggest royals scandal ever”, the tabloid addes juice to it taking a stand supporting the Duchess of cambridge, adding that “bullied and insulted Kate finally fights back,” with revealing how it was.
The main cause for the latest feud was attributed to Kate Middleton’s announcement that her mother, Carole Middleton, would be helping her raise her baby girl during pre-natal post-natal baby care, attracting the wrath of the Queen who has selected a nanny for the baby scheduled to be born in April.
The report said the 88-year-old monarch tried to shout down “Kate about who would raise her new baby and a disgusted Kate stormed out and left the Palace.” It further alleged that Queen Elizabeth was against a commoner raising the royal children, heirs to the throne.