Royal experts have jumped to Kate Middleton‘s defence after a royal biographer sympathetic to the Sussexes branded her ‘cold’ in his new book.
Omid Scobie launched an astonishing and cruel attack on the Princess of Wales, lambasting her for ‘advocating for mental health causes while ignoring Meghan’s cries for help’, while also branding her a ‘part-time working royal’ over the number of engagements she carries out compared to other members of the family.
However royal experts have said Scobie’s attacks on the 41-year-old mother-of-three are ‘unfair’ and ‘unwarranted’ – and accused him of throwing ‘a few blows’ at the Princess so that he could ‘get headlines’.
In his new book Endgame, which is published at midnight in the UK but has already been released in Australia, Scobie claims Kate ‘shivers’ whenever Meghan’s name is brought up and hasn’t spoken to her since 2019.
Amid scathing attacks on Kate, royal experts have hit out at Scobie, claiming he’s ‘nasty’ for writing such details, and suggested he may be trying to ‘squeeze up to Harry and Meghan’.
Fellow royal biographer Robert Jobson branded Scobie ‘disgraceful’ as he told FEMAIL: ‘I know Omid Scobie personally..Our paths have crossed on TV punditry about the royals for a US network. He is sharp and smart and knows how to sell a book or two.’
His last book Finding Freedom, trashing the royals while, claiming it spoke for Harry and Meg sold bucket loads.
‘I admire his gumption, but his latest broadside attack on The Princess of Wales is unwarranted – and worse than unfair.
‘It is a complete character assassination of a woman who has done nothing but try to serve her queen and now her King and country. And she’s done it very well.’