Meghan Markle’s Friend Slams Kate Middleton For ‘Lying’ About Cancer Diagnosis In Shocking New Tweets

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Tech entrepreneur Christopher Bouzy instantly sparked controversy on X (formerly Twitter) last week by criticizing the British royal family’s handling of Kate Middleton‘s cancer diagnosis. He denounced the Princess of Wales’ devastating video announcement as “propaganda” reminiscent of North Korea.

Bouzy, 48, memorably appeared in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s 2022 Netflix documentary, Harry & Meghan, and this raised his profile in the royal realm. He made it clear that he is a Sussex ally and denounced online bullying aimed at Markle, 42.

Over the past month, however, Bouzy has made grave allegations, such as accusing the Palace and British media of misleading the masses with fabricated images and the utilization of a plausible doppelgänger for Princess Kate, 42.

 

 

 

 

Sussex Ally Christopher Bouzy Sparks Controversy For Accusing Palace Of 'Lying' About Kate Middleton Having Cancer

Bouzy's new claims, like one alleging that a recent outing by Kate was fabricated, caused a stir on the social media site. On March 22nd, Bouzy tweeted: "The palace lied, and the British press happily helped them lie. The countless "conspiracy theory" headlines, while knowing a lot of what was being said was true. This is really some North Korea / Trumpian type of propaganda."

He added a second part to his post, writing: "I am sorry to hear Kate has cancer, and I hope she has a full recovery. But it is also clear that all three earlier photos of her were fake, and the palace tried to cover it up."

As reported by the New York Post, the CEO of Bot Sentinel provoked the anger of royal enthusiasts with his new tweets.

"Hmm the Palace lied….nahhh you just couldn’t keep your nasty little noses out of things, and I’m not even a royalist," one user wrote, adding: "She is a mother to young children, a wife, a daughter, a sister. She is a damned human being who should not be hounded at the darkest time in her life." Another concurred, tweeting: "You are despicable," adding, "Comparing a cancer-stricken mother who TOLD you she’d say something after Easter, it’s still not Easter, to Trump and N. Korea is beyond vile."

Markle and Harry, 39, have not responded to Bouzy's controversial tweets, but sources did indicate that the Sussexes found out about Kate's cancer diagnosis just like the rest of us did.

According to an insider who sat down with The Times UK last week: "It is understood that Kate’s cancer diagnosis was not shared in advance with Harry and Meghan [Markle]."

They added: "Several sources confirm that there were no such conversations and it is thought Harry found out about Kate’s diagnosis from television, at the same time as the public."

On March 22nd, in a video message filmed by BBC Studios, Kate revealed that cancer had been detected in her post-operative tests after undergoing abdominal surgery. The Palace confirmed that she had been receiving chemotherapy since late February.