Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle may not be thick friends, but the Duchesses aren’t having a messy feud, FYI. Nor did they ever whip up some Royal drama, much to the disappointment of gossip mills that have been on overdrive ever since Markle walked down the aisle with Prince Harry.  But, are phony tabloids willing to listen? Nope!

In a similar trend, “Woman’s Day”, a lifestyle tabloid, conjured up a juicy report last week that revolved around an interesting royal reveal -- “Meghan’s Toxics Diaries Leaked!” 

The headline evoked bouts of intrigue among readers, who were in for a rude surprise. Well, the headline had no relevance whatsoever to the content that ran in the magazine. The story swiftly digresses from the headline and focusses on how an alleged insider heard strong rumors about Markle’s secret journal.

“Word is, there are 300 pages of Meghan’s handwritten account of life at Kensington Palace, and she focuses a lot of energy on how she didn’t get on with Kate,” said the source, that goes to great lengths to specify how things have always been awkward between Middleton and Markle.

What's more, the article makes a rather absurd mention about how a recent rumor planted by “Tatler,” a lifestyle magazine that portrays Middleton is a very poor light, was a creation of Vanessa Mulroney, a former writer who also happens to be the sister-in-law of Markle’s good friend Jessica Mulroney. The source makes sweeping claims as to how the “Tatler” story “was planted by a Sussex sympathizer” to “fan flames” of a Middleton-Markle feud.

But wait, the question remains: Why isn't there no real mention about Markle's journal in the story? What’s also interesting to note is how well the lifestyle publication swifts from bringing the focus to Markle’s secret diary and then changing tracks to a recent report, which speaks poorly of Middleton’s current life, ever since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down from the royal duties. 

First things first. Gossip Cop has determined the story as totally false because of its flaky narrative. Instead of providing insights into Markle’s journal, the tabloid shifts its focus to a bogus report from another media outlet.

The publication also forgets one integral part -- Markle left the royal family, so she's clearly not hungry for Royal fame. So, the allegations about her fighting for power is purely baseless. It isn’t surprising to note that “Woman’s Day” decided to rustle up an eye-catchy headline for a quick spike in its readership, at the cost of losing its credibility.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are pictured walking through the walled public Andalusian Gardens on Feb. 25, 2019 in Rabat, Morocco. Facundo Arrizabalaga - Pool/Getty Images