Meghan Markle has claimed that Kate Middleton made her cry ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry.

The Duchess of Sussex was asked about a claim she had made the Duchess of Cambridge cry.

But Meghan hit back, saying the "reverse happened" and that Kate made her cry.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's chat with Oprah will air in full on ITV on Monday night and on ITV Hub, Courtesy of Harpo Productions/CBS.

Before airing on Sunday in the US, Meghan had accused "the Firm" of "perpetuating falsehoods".

Their decision to sit down for the interview with Oprah has reported left Prince William and Prince Charles feeling "saddened" after feeling they had tried to heal the royal rift.

“The ­overriding feeling throughout this whole sorry saga is one where many people, especially the Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge, have been left immensely saddened.

“There is a distinct feeling inside the camp there must have been a better way to solve the issues by coming together, rather than the nuclear ­decision that has resulted in ­everything being discussed so publicly and without reason.

“When all is said and done, no one is likely to come off smelling of roses.”

Another source added: “The family do feel Meghan and Harry were given a lot of support, but of course ­questions will be raised as to what else could have been done to smooth the transition for them.

"A lot of the feeling is that Harry didn’t necessarily explain to her it was a marathon and not a sprint, before they both got totally carried away with thinking everyone was against them.

“There will always be a willingness to repair the relationships, even though they are pretty shattered, but first everyone needs to take a step back to try to understand why it came to this.”

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Watch the full interview on ITV at 9pm on Monday night and on ITV Hub, Courtesy of Harpo Productions/CBS'