The Queen will be “privately devastated” about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leaving for the US but will “not put up with rudeness”, royal experts believe.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped back as senior royals in March 2020 and have since moved to California in the US.
While there, they have made a number of explosive revelations about the struggles they faced within the Royal Family.
Royal author Phil Dampier believes that, while a brave face is put on in public by Her Majesty, she will be “devastated” behind scenes at what has unfolded over the past few months.
“In public, the Queen has bent over backwards to try and [help Meghan and Harry],” he told the Royal Beat.
“But in private she’s devastated by what’s happened. She had high hopes for Meghan and Harry with going out into the Commonwealth but it’s all been thrown back in her face.
“She must be very, very upset by it.”
Veteran royal journalist Ingrid Seward agreed, adding the Queen had “high hopes” for the Sussexes and the Commonwealth.
She continued: “The Commonwealth is her baby, that’s what Prince Philip says, so I really feel that she’s so saddened.
“But she will not put up with rudeness and she dislikes intensely private conversations being repeated. Both of which, things Harry and Meghan are doing a lot of the time.
“Maybe not personally but through their LA publicists.”
Elsewhere on the show, aired on True Royalty TV’s YouTube channel, Vanity Fair’s royal correspondent Katie Nichols claimed brothers Prince William and Prince Harry are still at “loggerheads” ahead of their UK reunion.
The pair’s relationship has supposedly deteriorated in recent years and are scheduled to reunite for the unveiling of a statue of Princess Diana on July 1.
Katie believes the Queen could act as a “peacemaker” between the pair.
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