Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are at odds with their royal staff.

Just recently, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have moved to Frogmore Cottage, their new home in Windsor. However, things are reportedly not fine between the couple and their staff.

According to Dan Wootton, executive editor of The Sun, Prince Harry and Markle have “infuriate” the royal staff after banning them to use the car park simply because it “overlooks their new home.”

“To say we’re upset and annoyed is a massive understatement. We can only assume that Harry and Meghan don’t want to look out of their window and see cars coming and going and members of staff walking into the club,” a royal staffer told Wootton.

The source told Wootton that everyone is calling them “NIMBYs” which means “not in Meghan’s back yard.” The royal household staff at Windsor have used the said car park for decades and now they have to fork out up to $13 a day on parking. The staff was reportedly urged to use the King Edward VII public car park on the other side of the Home Park, but it’s a lengthy trek from the area around Frogmore Cottage.

The servants and the members of the household reportedly received a memo that starting April 1 they could no longer use the car park and other access points without permission from the Windsor Castle superintendent.

Last night a senior source at Windsor Castle insisted that it’s not the Duke and Duchess of Sussex who demanded the change. Also, the car park would not be closed entirely but only fewer would be able to use it.

Meanwhile, a royal expert explained how Markle has been offending her staff daily. According to Ashley Pearson, the duchess gets up at 5 o’clock and starts her day by texting her staff about the things to do for that day. For Markle, she’s just getting her day set up because that’s how celebrities do, but the royal household does not follow the same protocol.

The staff was not expecting to receive text messages at that hour. Pearson believed that Markle was also shocked to find out that in the royal family, there’s a different protocol when speaking to staff.

For Sarah-Jane Crawford, nothing is wrong with what Markle did. According to her, it’s also not fair to call Prince Harry’s wife “difficult duchess” due to her proactive behavior.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle speak on stage during WE Day UK 2019 at The SSE Arena on March 6, 2019 in London. Getty Images/John Phillips