• Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were not happy with Prince Charles’ new communications secretary
  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have separate legal battles with Daily Mail
  • Prince Charles will be paying Tobin Andreae from his private income

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are allegedly feuding with the royal family, and the Sussexes are reportedly furious with one decision Prince Charles made earlier this month, according to a royal commentator.

Neil Sean, a royal and entertainment reporter for NBC News, MSNBC and Access Hollywood, weighed in on Prince Harry and Markle's relationship with the Prince of Wales on his YouTube channel. According to him, the Prince of Wales' choice of new communications secretary didn't sit well with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

"Meghan Markle and Prince Harry feel slightly deflated, possibly cheated by the fact that Prince Charles decided to take on a particular gentleman as the new head of communications for Clarence House, and inadvertently, Prince Charles and Camilla," he said. "Tobin Andreae is the man, who apparently can turn the fortunes around, particularly, in the next 10 years, so they believe in making sure that the Prince of Wales and Camilla are, well you know, much loved as they already are."

According to Sean, it's a "tabloid battle game." However, the huge issue about Prince Charles and Camilla's newly hired communications secretary was his previous job. Sean described Andreae "as a big cheese" in the world of tabloid newspapers, and he formerly worked with Mail Online, Mail on Sunday and the Daily Mail Group, which both Prince Harry and Markle had come face to face with in a legal battle.

Currently, they are still in litigation with the same tabloid newspaper. Markle and Prince Harry both won her previous case against the company.

Sean said that Prince Charles' decision to hire Andreae may have nothing to do with Prince Harry and Markle. However, according to the commentator, they "make anything seem a major drama" on their end.

"As for Prince Charles and Camilla, and the rest of the team at Kensington Palace and the Clarence House, they're plowing ahead, making sure that their good words are seen by the right eyes, right around the world, and more importantly, by the right people," he added. "Maybe Harry and Meghan, there's a lesson to be learned in that given your recent performance at the United Nations."

Andreae previously spoke with the BBC and he admitted that his newspaper "has very strong, very powerful views that not everybody agrees with, much to my amazement," Deadline reported.

Prince Charles will pay Andreae from his private income.

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Prince William, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Prince Charles at the Westminster Abbey Commonwealth day service on March 11, 2019 in London. Getty Images/Richard Pohle