Queen Elizabeth is, allegedly, disappointed with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent decisions.

Before the couple quit The Firm, the queen allegedly had plans to send Prince Harry and Markle to South Africa. In the book Battle of Brothers, author Robert Lacey said that the queen wanted Prince Harry and Markle to have a taste of her and Prince Philip’s life in Malta years ago.

However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, allegedly, rushed into moving to California after just a few months of staying in Canada. This, allegedly, made the queen feel as though Prince Harry and Markle were just finding ways to placate her or get her off their backs.

But even before Prince Harry and Markle quit The Firm, they were already plotting a life in Hollywood.

Meanwhile, Markle also made headlines this week after she spoke about the dangers of harmful online behavior.

On Tuesday, the Suits alum was asked if being a mother has made her more cautious or courageous. And Markle said that it was definitely the latter. She also said that raising her son, Archie made her realize that some issues feel more urgent than others.

Markle said that having Archie made her more concerned for the world her son is going to inherit. And the things that she was able to tolerate before she could no longer tolerate after having her son.

Every day, Markle asks herself how she can make things better for Archie and how she can make the world better for her son.

Prince Harry’s wife also said that she’s extra cautious about putting her family at risk so she tries her best to be clear with what she says. Markle does her best to not make controversial statements and to try and be as straightforward as possible.

Weeks ago, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex faced backlash after they encouraged American voters to participate in the presidential elections. Their statements shocked the nation especially since royals aren’t allowed to comment on politics.

Following the interview, Prince Harry was stripped of his role as the Captain-General of the Royal Marines. The role was then given to his brother, Prince William.