Queen Elizabeth is the head of the royal family, so it is no secret that her opinions matter a lot. By law, some royals who want to get married have to seek their approval before getting married. Although you do not need your permission to divorce, being on the good side of Queen Elizabeth during a divorce definitely has many advantages.
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Because the words of Queen Elizabeth are of the utmost importance, it can be a big problem when you don't like someone. Some real fans believe that Meghan Markle could be on thin ice given the negative press she received. But could there really be a day when Queen Elizabeth wants Markle to leave the royal family? If so, how can we know?
Queen Elizabeth once wanted Camilla Parker Bowles to leave the royal family
Long before anyone knew who Markle was, the negative press focused on Camilla Parker Bowles. Parker Bowles rose to fame as the woman with whom Prince Charles had a love affair during his marriage to Princess Diana. After Princess Diana passed away in 1997, Prince Charles wanted to establish a serious relationship with Parker Bowles, although Queen Elizabeth strongly opposed it.
Royal expert Penny Junor said: “The queen wanted her to leave before Diana's death and felt nothing different after that. It was nothing personal. She had been very fond of Camilla in all the years she was married to Andrew Parker Bowles, but it was Camilla who was responsible, knowingly or not, for all the disasters that happened to Charles since her marriage. "
There was even a time when, according to reports, Queen Elizabeth called Parker Bowles "an evil woman" with whom "she wanted nothing to do." Of course, Queen Elizabeth finally supported the relationship of Prince Charles and Parker Bowles and gave them permission to marry. in 2005.
Queen Elizabeth has accepted Meghan Markle very much
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Unlike Parker Bowles, Markle did not go wrong with Queen Elizabeth. In fact, it is widely understood that Queen Elizabeth has been very fond of Markle from the beginning.
For example, Queen Elizabeth has made many more efforts to welcome Markle to the royal family than to other royal spouses. Real experts have also shared that the queen is quite impressed with Markle's work ethic.
According to many reports, His Majesty has a friendlier relationship with Markle than with Kate Middleton. Queen Elizabeth has also broken protocols and traditions several times for Duchess Meghan, which shows that she cares a lot about Markle and her well-being.
How to know if Queen Elizabeth wants to get rid of Meghan Markle
Last year, Markle has received many negative reports, to the point that he is currently the second least popular member of the royal family. However, this does not seem to be a reason why Queen Elizabeth wants to reject Markle.
Markle's royal family and close friends have said they believe racism is one of the main reasons why the press has been so cruel to her. In any case, this would probably make Queen Elizabeth want to support Markle even more.
However, anything could happen in the future. Queen Elizabeth could withdraw her support for the Duchess of Sussex if the latter decides to do something that may cause shame to the royal family. At that time, if Markle is still a member of royalty, Queen Elizabeth may choose not to attend events in which the Duchess of Sussex is present (as she did for Camilla Parker Bowles in the 1990s). Nor could Markle be invited to family gatherings such as the annual Christmas celebration in Sandringham.