Kate Middleton's uncle has made his feelings clear on Meghan Markle.

The uncle, Gary Goldsmith, this week came to the defense of his niece in the aftermath of Oprah with Meghan and Harry — where Duchess Meghan accused Kate of making her cry. But Goldsmith isn't buying that story, or anything Meghan says, apparently.

Kate Middleton's uncle criticizes Meghan after Oprah interview

Speaking to The Mail on Sunday, Goldsmith said: "I don't believe for a moment that Kate made Meghan cry." The story was one that Meghan emphasized in the Oprah interview, as she claimed the widespread rumour that she once made Kate cry had actually occurred the other way around.

Oprah with Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetime Special (2021).

But Goldsmith, the only sibling of Kate's mom Carole, added: "I've known Kate since she was born and she doesn't have a mean bone in her body. It's just simply not in her nature."

As for Meghan, Goldsmith said he was initially "made up for" Prince Harry when he married her, but he added that "what has happened is heartbreaking." He continued, with words not unlike Piers Morgan's attack on the Duchess:

"I don't blame Meghan – she's a Hollywood starlet. You can't blame a tiger for biting the head off a sheep. But I don't believe a word that comes out of her mouth. She's an actress and knows how to manipulate her audience."

Gary Goldsmith enters the Kate-Meghan conversation

Gary Goldsmith is a millionaire recruitment consultant and the only sibling of Carole Middleton (née Goldsmith). His comments come over three weeks after the Oprah interview, in which Meghan sought to clear up the story that she once made Kate cry. "The reverse happened," she said, adding that Kate apologized and even bought her flowers afterward.

Gary Goldsmith has defended Kate Middleton after the Oprah interview.

No official word or acknowledgement of Meghan's version of the story with Kate has come from the Royal Family or the Cambridges as of yet. These were the biggest reveals from Oprah with Meghan and Harry, which premiered back on March 7.