Meghan Markle has been accused of asking her friends to conduct interviews on her behalf. But a source from the Buckingham Palace has denied the allegations.

On Friday, a new CBS documentary hosted by Gayle King aired. The hour-long feature delved deeper into the life of the “Suits” alum after she joined the royal family. The documentary also focused on Markle’s new life with Prince Harry, as well as the negative scrutiny she has faced in the press.

Markle’s close friend and makeup artist, Daniel Martin, and actress Gina Gavankar shared their thoughts on the negative rumors being spread against the Duchess of Sussex. Jessica Alba also dubbed Markle as a beacon of hope for a lot of women in the world.

In the teaser, Martin breaks down in tears as he said that Markle doesn’t deserve all the criticisms being thrown at her. Following the interview, a source told The Sun, that the people that were interviewed for the documentary asked Markle for their blessing first.

“It’s simply not the appropriate thing to be getting involved in TV shows about the family. Our belief is Meghan has been aware of this TV project for at least the last month and hoped that certain allies and friends spoke out,” a source said.

The source added that Markle wants her case to be put on US television in the strongest way possible. Markle is rumored to think that she’s her own best PR and has allegedly met with King to discuss the show days before she went into labor.

But a spokesperson for Markle and the palace said that Markle didn’t have any involvement in the CBS special nor has she requested or given permission to friends to participate.

Markle just gave birth to Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor on May 6, and she is currently on a maternity leave, which is expected to end sometime in October.

Meghan Markle Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex is pictured visiting the Royal Variety Charity’s on Dec. 18, 2018, in Twickenham, England. Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images