In the new tell-all book Kate: The Future Queen, author Katie Nicholl claims Kate Middleton didn’t just luck into her happily ever after with Prince William.
“There were too many coincidences,” Katie tells celebrity gossip magazine In Touch of the way the duo got together years ago, implying Kate scripted it.
For starters, the author points out, consider Kate Middleton's choice of school.
“They actually first met through friends in the summer of 1999, before college,” reveals Nicholl, who says that encounter must have had a major impact.
Kate gave up her spot at a prestigious university to go to his school instead.
The book alleges that Kate made she she crossed paths with the future king whenever she could, ensuring that she would one day be his queen.
She's supposedly still not a fan of Cressida Bonas, Prince Harry's girlfriend, because she's the sister of William's ex. Scandalous stuff right there.
Of course, that doesn't mean they're not head over heels for each other.
“Some of what happened may have been engineered,” says Katie.
“But theirs is a true love story.”