The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle faced troubles while adjusting with the British royal family soon after exchanging vows with Prince Harry, however, it has been now revealed that she was advised on how to become a royal and deal with bad media headlines before her wedding with the Prince.
The British media has reported that the young duchess did not listen to her mother-in-law, the duchess of Cornwall, Camilla's precious advice on how to deal with the monarchy.
When Meghan entered the royal family, Camilla advised her on how to adjust accordingly. A source told MailOnline last year, "Meg was really grateful to Camilla, who was very supportive and invited her out for private lunches, particularly around the time of her marriage.
"She listened to her and understood that it's really difficult joining the Royal Family from an otherwise 'normal' life."
“Much like Meghan, Camilla had experienced a lot of negative press and hostility from courtiers due to her relationship with Charles when he was still married to Diana,” the source added.
"She was very sensitive to Meghan and provided her with support, advising her to ride out the storm and that it would all pass—but ultimately Meghan didn’t listen," the insider further said.