Shunned by family, Carole Middleton's god-daughter, Joanne Callen, accused her of being a social climber and "has become too grand to care" for her family. Kate Middleton's mom is currently under attacked by Callen who claimed that since the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge three years ago Carole totally cut off herself from the rest of her relatives.
"She behaves as if we are not good enough for her now - so she does not need to respond to us or have any care. At the end of the day, I'm not sure what the word god-daughter means any more," revealed Callen in an interview with Mail Online.
Based on the report, the Callens and the Middletons were once close friends and even shared holidays together as Joanne's mother, Alison, and Carole are first cousins. But it's not just her family who was cut but also Carole's brother Gary, her only sibling, as the Middleton's matriarch refuses to be seen with him in public.
The 33-year-old recruitment consultant is going against the wishes of her family to remain discreet and chose to air out her feelings towards the Duchess mother. She fondly remembers how close she is to Carole and thinks that she is a lovely god-mother but all changed when Catherine married Prince William.
Too busy to see her relatives, the 59-year-old reportedly doesn't answer any invitations and doesn't turn up to family events. Callen claimed that Middleton doesn't want to go anywhere where Gary is and she is above everyone in her family.
'We're not in her social circle. It's as if we are not good enough now and she's embarrassed by us. She is now even grander than the Queen," Kate Middleton's second cousin added.
To make matters worse, none of the Callens have seen the newest addition to their family, Prince George, and was not even invited to his first birthday on July 22. Carole and husband Michael took care of the young prince when Kate and William were on holiday back in January.
Representatives of both Kate Middleton and Carole Middleton are yet comment about the Mail Online report.