That day Camilla gave a speech at the Women of the World Festival in London about domestic abuse, Markle shared photos of herself visiting the National Theatre on her and Prince Harry's Sussex Royal Instagram account.
As reported by Daily Mirror, "Meghan broke a pledge not to overshadow Camilla's vital campaign against abuse by demanding the pictures of her private visit to the National Theatre be published the same day."
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, at Westminster Abbey on March 9, 2020 in London, England. | Photo: Getty Images
Palace officials have not yet made any comments about the issue. However, a source insisted that Camilla didn't like what Meghan did. The wife of Prince Charles had been arranging her speech for almost a year.
Camilla has worked enthusiastically to use her platform and personal encounters to highlight the issue and help sufferers, the source explained.
It was known Harry and Meghan would do commitment this week, but the source pointed out that everybody was in agreement that the speech of Camilla should take precedence.
The move sparked confusion and rage inside the Palace. As revealed by the insiders, Meghan has "refused to listen" to the requests of staff.
As reported by Page Six, this isn't the first time Markle, who became Duchess of Sussex upon her marriage to Harry in 2018, has overshadowed her royal in-laws.
At the point when Charles becomes king, she is expected to become Princess Consort.
In January, the former actress also made an unexpected post on Instagram not long after Kate Middleton promoted her child welfare campaign.
According to Insider, shortly after "Megxit" was announced in January, Meghan and Harry's staff were removed from Frogmore Cottage.
In 2019, Her Majesty gifted the Frogmore Cottage to the royal couple as their official home. The property was renovated before the couple moved in.
Meanwhile, numerous individuals from the public had a bad opinion of Camilla when her affair with Charles broke, as reported by Country Living.
Camilla, however, has proven herself to be an important member of the royal family throughout the decades. At the point when Charles becomes king, she is expected to become Princess Consort.
A representative for the royal couple told The Times that it was announced when they tied the knot, and there has been definitely no change at all.