Kate Middleton's uncle, Gary Goldsmith, has dismissed claims that his niece is "cold" after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a series of suggestions.
Former actress Meghan and Harry have dropped a series of scathing allegations against members of The Royal Family in their Netflix series, Harry & Meghan.
In one episode, Meghan suggests that she was left stunned after discovering royal protocols continue in private as she attempted to hug the Princess of Wales when they first met.
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The mum-of-two goes on to discuss her struggles adjusting to life within The Firm before Harry claims other members of his family told him "everyone else has to deal with it," before the screen changed to an image of Catherine looking frosty and unwelcoming.
Speaking out after the accusations, Kate's uncle was far from impressed, telling the Daily Mail: "As her uncle, I can tell you that this presentation of Kate as cold is just laughable.
"Everybody loves Kate, she is the most beautiful girl, even more beautiful on the inside than out, she's got a big heart and desperately wants the boys to get back together.
"You could see that at the funeral of Prince Philip when it was the three of them together you could see the bond."
Gary went on to add that his niece is "welcoming" and "such a gorgeous girl", explaining that it was a "bitter pill to swallow" after hearing Meghan suggest she was cold.
Harry and Meghan signed a deal worth to be around £80 million with the streaming giant following their sensational exit as senior working royals.
The pair offered unrestricted access as they spoke candidly about their decision to leave the UK and their conversations with members of the Royal Family.
In the latest episodes, former actress Meghan broke down in tears as she recalled the emotional trauma she faced after she and Harry moved to Montecito, California.
Meghan was in floods of tears as she recalled going over the security documents for her home which included evidence of previous social media threats that should be reported to the authorities.
One chilling message posted online read: "Megan just needs to die, someone needs to kill her. Maybe it should be me."
Throughout the six-part Netflix series, the Duchess of Sussex hasn't been afraid to roll out explosive royal revelations on top members of The Firm including King Charles, William, Prince of Wales and Buckingham Palace insiders.
During the series, Prince Harry also claimed his wife had been so popular that the institution felt "threatened" and claimed members of the team working for his dad, King Charles leaked stories to the press about him.
Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have vowed to remain silent on the allegations.
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