Relations between the royals and the Sussexes are strained. And it seems like Prince Charles, unlike the Queen, would want to 'get rid' of them.
There have been numerous scandals in recent years between the royal family and Meghan Markle and Harry. Despite the disagreements, Queen Elizabeth II has tried to maintain a family bond with the Sussex couple, now voluntarily exiled in California. Only Prince Charles seems to be less accommodating...
Prince Charles now consort to Queen Elizabeth II
Since the death of Prince Philip, relations within the British royal family have been tense. In order to be supported in daily ruling, Queen Elizabeth has decided to appoint her son, Prince Charles, as 'consort.' He succeeds his father, who died more than a week ago now.
This new 'more important and active' role is to relieve the queen mother of administrative tasks. This emphasis will allow him to take the reins a bit more, and to accede directly to the throne on the death of the queen.
A few more years and he will become king in his own right. When his time comes, he plans to do some spring cleaning in the royal family.
At least that's what royal biographer Angela Levin says for talkRADIO.
'Prince Charles wants to streamline the monarchy'
According to Angela Levin:
Prince Charles has wanted for a very long time to cut the monarchy down to save costs and to make people be worth the money that they got from the taxpayer...
A stricter decision, which is expected to impact Meghan Markle and Harry heavily. She explains:
I imagine that might be when Harry and Meghan are ditched from being members of the Royal family. [...] But he wants to change and I think he will do that.
A fairly cut and dry possibility! It is clear he may not wish to take the same stance as his mother, who has always tried to spare his family 'for sentimental reasons.'