KATE Middleton was seen wearing “healing crystals” shortly after Meghan Markle accused her of making her cry during her bombshell interview with Oprah.
The Duchess of Sussex quashed rumours that she had made the Duchess of Cambridge cry ahead of her wedding, insisting to the talk show host that it was “the other way around.”
Kate Middleton wore the healing crystal Rhodochrosite during her International Women’s Day Zoom call
Hours after the interview aired Kate, 39, marked International Women’s Day with a Zoom call to Jasmine Harrison, 21, who became the youngest woman to row 3,000 miles solo across the ocean.
And eagle-eyed fans spotted that the mum-of-three was wearing an £85 pair of gold hoops from the brand Missoma containing Rhodochrosite.
The jewellery brand says the stone contains “healing properties.”
The product description reads: “These mini hoops feature a pink heart-based healing crystal that radiates love, compassion and all-around good vibes.”
The royal mum was wearing an £85 pair of gold hoops from the brand Missoma containing the RhodochrositeCredit: Missoma
The video was released hours after Meghan Markle accused Kate of making her cry on OprahCredit: CBS
And experts at the Crystal Council agrees, adding: “Rhodochrosite’s focus is to heal yourself and your emotional body.
“This stone should serve as a daily reminder to put yourself first and take care of your well being.”
The video of Kate’s chat was released just hours after Meghan Markle discussed her “row” with her sister-in-law in a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Kate, 39, marked International Women’s Day with a Zoom call to Jasmine Harrison, 21Credit: The Royal Family/Youtube
When Oprah asked Meghan if it was true that she’d made Kate cry over Princess Charlotte‘s flower girl, the Duchess replied: “No, no, the reverse happened.
“I don’t say that to be disparaging to anyone. She was upset about something, she owned it, she brought me flowers and brought a note apologising. She did what I would do if I hurt someone.”
The Duchess said the confrontation had “really hurt my feelings” and was a “turning point” in their relationship, adding: “I don’t think it’s fair to her to get into the details of that because she apologised and I’ve forgiven her.”
In more royal family news, experts have branded Harry and Meghan Oprah interview ‘selfish’ and said the Queen will be ‘absolutely devastated’.
And ‘uncomfortable’ Meghan Markle was ‘awkward’ as she discussed rift with estranged dad Thomas, a body language expert revealed.
Plus Meghan Markle said dad ‘betrayed’ her and she can’t imagine ever hurting Archie the way he hurt her.