The Queen blamed for throwing shade at Prince Harry's wife-to-be in an official letter
When people learn that a member of their family will get married soon, they try their best to make the other person feel loved and welcomed as soon as possible
The Royal family is not different and they have been doing different things to make Meghan Markle feel comfortable before getting married to Prince Harry on May 19, 2018, which is expected to be one of the most important events of the year.
Entertainment Daily reported that, thanks to an 18th-century law, all members of the Royalty are legally required to get the monarch’s permission before getting married as a way to follow the tradition.
Harry did so and Elizabeth released a statement sharing that it was okay for them to get married.
"I declare My Consent to a Contract of Matrimony between My Most Dearly Beloved Grandson Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales and Rachel Meghan Markle."
Queen Elizabeth, Entertainment Daily, March 15, 2018.
While it is some great news for the couple, several people consider that Elizabeth is trying to throw shade at Markle due to the way she referred to her.
In order to understand such allegations, it is necessary to recall the consent letter she wrote in April 2011, when Prince William and Duchess Kate were about to get married.
After naming William by his full name, she wrote "Our Trusty and Well-beloved Catherine Elizabeth Middleton." The fact that she chose not to label Markle as 'trusty and well-beloved' drew a lot of attention.
Those speculations might not be completely true as it is known that Elizabeth and the entire family has done their best to pull out all the stops to make Markle feel welcomed in the family.
On Mother's Day in U.K., the couple had an intimate lunch with Elizabeth and, the following day, Markle joined the rest of the Royals at the Commonwealth service at London’s Westminster Abbey.
Even Duchesses Camilla and Kate have been by her side to make her transition to Royalty as seamless as possible.