Kate Middleton has 'moved on' from Prince Harry's explosive onslaught after becoming 'totally immersed' in personal project
A source said the Princess had been left "baffled" by the claims made by Harry in his book
Kate shrugged off the explosive attacks aimed at her in Prince Harry's autobiography, a royal source has claimed.
The Princess of Wales is said to have quickly "dismissed" the allegations from her brother-in-law after fully focusing on her own personal projects.
Kate is currently working on the launch of the next stage of her flagship early years work for children programme and is said to have been "fully immersed" in her work over the past week.
The senior royal has spent nine years looking at how experiences in early childhood can impact a person's life.
She is expected to unveiled her a three to five year programme aimed at impacting the vital first five years of every child’s life later this month.
"Of course there have been other distractions but the Princess has had far more important things on her mind," a royal source told the Mirror in regards to Kate's response to Harry's memoir.
"It’s an important and exciting time. The campaign she has been working on really is the result of several months behind the scenes and will launch a new three to five year programme.
"Kate spends a lot of time reading, meeting and speaking with professionals across the entire field - but this isn't just one project, it’s an opportunity to make generational change for all our children.
"There are a number of creative parts in the process for parents and non-parents to be involved across the country with lots more to come and the hope is as many people as possible, from those in the medical and academic world as well as parents and non-parents, join the journey."
The source added that the Princess had been left "baffled" by the claims made by Harry in his book.
In Spare, the Duke of Sussex makes a number of claims about Kate as well as Prince William.
He writes that the couple failed to welcome Meghan into the Royal Family.
Harry also revealed what he claimed were text messages between his wife and Kate as he accused the Princess of Wales of making Meghan cry.
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