According to Royal Family expert Duncan Larcombe, the Queen has a fondness for the Duchess of Sussex and is doing everything to make her feel at ease… “She probably learned a lesson from the past. He does not want to repeat the mistakes made with Diana.”
Many think that Meghan Markle, for Her Majesty Elizabeth II, is a thorn in the side. Gossip was not enough on the alleged rivalry with sister-in-law Kate Middleton and relatives snakes who constantly embarrass her at court, the former actress has earned a reputation as a “difficult duchess” and is often the target of tabloid criticism.
Also for the continuous search for privacy that impedes the subjects of Her Majesty: first the transfer to Frogmore Cottage, then the birth of the small Archie kept as secret as possible, finally the private baptism of the child sheltered from flashes. Because of her excesses, Meghan has often been compared to Lady Diana, the mother-in-law she never knew and who had a stormy relationship with Her Majesty.
For Queen Elizabeth, one may think that the wife of the beloved Harry, could be another fish to fry. But no. Queen Elizabeth has a real fondness for Meghan Markle. According to Page Six, the royal family expert Duncan Larcombe, has no doubts about this:
“The Queen with Meghan has a much closer relationship than other people who have married members of the royal family. Her Majesty, made a special and unusual effort to welcome her, like the journey with her on the royal train in Cheshire. I’m sure she never proposed it to Kate Middleton ” .
According to Larcombe, the softer attitude of the Queen is partly dictated by the fact that Harry, unlike William, is not the direct heir to the throne. But in part it could be linked to the experience she had with Lady Diana, who in the royal family always felt like a stranger and was crushed by court life: “Her Majesty could have learned a lesson from the past”.
In recent months the expert of the royal family Emily Andrews had explained that the “overprotective” attitude of Prince Harry towards his wife, and the decision to move with her and little Archie to Frogmore Cottage, had to do with Mama Diana.
“Harry does not Meghan want to suffer like his mother. He couldn’t protect his mother, now he does everything he can to protect his wife. It’s his way of expiating his guilt.” Apparently even Her Majesty has to come to terms with the memories that resurface. And they probably hurt. Precisely for this reason, with Meghan, a free spirit like Diana, she does not seem willing to repeat the mistakes of the past.