Meghan Markle and Prince Harry remain silent about Queen Elizabeth II's "sincere wish" for Camilla Parker-Bowles to become Queen Consort in the future. Prince Charles reportedly found this move to be "hurtful" despite being "over the moon" about his mother's approval.
An insider revealed the matter to Us Weekly for its February 21 issue. As claimed, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex did not even "call to congratulate" the Duchess of Cornwall.
It is alleged that there is still "lingering tension" between the Sussex Royals and the Prince of Wales. But, even so, the future King of the United Kingdom is reportedly "trying to focus on the positive."
Amid the speculations, though, it remains unclear whether the story is legitimate. The source did not provide any evidence to support the allegations, making the latest assertions appear a mere rumor.
But, despite the lack of confirmations, fans and experts reportedly agree that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seemed to have "snubbed" the honor Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles have received from the Queen. A report from Geo News discussed the matter, noting that it has even sparked "debate" on social media.
As explained, the Duke of Sussex paid "special tribute" to the late Princess Diana through a video message on Thursday. He talked about continuing the "unfinished work" of his mother regarding the eradication of the stigma around HIV.
However, the royal-born Prince did not share any word about his step-mother, especially the "Queen Consort" title. This has reportedly caused many individuals to speculate that he likely "defies" Queen Elizabeth II's decision.
Meanwhile, another insider told Harper's Bazaar that Prince William approves of the British Monarch's decision. While the public remains "at odds" with the latest movements within the British Monarchy, it is understood that all is well for the rest of the British Royal Family.
As claimed, Prince Charles' eldest son was "happy" with Queen Elizabeth II's wishes. Moreover, he already knew the decision before the official announcement on February 5.
As for the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, they said they are "honored" that the Queen will allow the latter to take on the "Queen Consort" title. Prince Charles' wife even shared with her audience that she feels "very touched" by her mother-in-law's wish.
The head of the British Monarchy shocked the public upon announcing her decision in celebration of her 70th year on the throne. She said it is her "sincere wish that, when the time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own loyal service."