Talks about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's return to the United Kingdom have become more apparent these past few weeks. Aside from the royal holiday celebrations, many believe that the couple will fly back to the British Royals' turf for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Amid the speculations, though, insiders recently told New Idea that Carole Middleton is one of the many people waiting for the Duchess of Sussex's return. As claimed, Kate Middleton's mother is "keen" to talk to the Duke of Sussex's wife because of the accusations she previously made against the Duchess of Cambridge.

Sources explained that Carole Middleton's "blood boiled" upon hearing Meghan Markle on Oprah accusing Kate Middleton of making her cry. She reportedly wants to "have a quiet word" with the Duchess of Sussex as she is a "real mama bear with her children."

The same informants continued that the future Queen Consort's mother has even asked for the former actress's itinerary from staff members of the Kensington Palace. As noted, she has power at the official residence of the Cambridge Royals because she is the mother of the future Queen Consort and grandmother of the future King of the United Kingdom.

The insiders seemingly maintained the narrative, adding that Carole Middleton will make sure to have the talk she wants with Meghan Markle. However, it remains unclear whether the assertions are true.

There is no proof to support the claims. Moreover, there are no even assurances that the Sussex Royals will fly back to the U.K. in June 2022.

A royal expert recently asserted, though, that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will likely return in time for Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Katie Nicholl said that the event is a "likely opportunity," adding that they seemingly intend to be part of the official engagement, according to Express UK.

Meanwhile, Meghan Markle, indeed, made a shocking claim to Oprah Winfrey that she previously cried because of Kate Middleton. After the celebrity host asked about whether it is true that she made the Duchess of Cambridge cry in 2018, she responded: "the reverse happened."

The Duchess of Sussex recalled that her sister-in-law was "upset about something" days before the wedding. She, later on, clarified that it was about the dresses for the flower girls, according to Harper's Bazaar.

In the end, the former "Suits" actress emphasized that Prince William's wife "owned" what happened and apologized to her.