Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in “limbo” and are encouraged to support Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles.

Royal commentator Dickie Arbiter spoke with Nine News Australia and commented on the new nickname that the Duchess of Sussex received. Markle has been tagged “Me-Gain” after being called “Duchess Difficult.”

According to him, Prince Harry would be “angry and upset“ about this issue. As a husband and soon-to-be dad, it’s understandable for Prince Harry to keep his head down and protect his wife because people always find fault with them.

Arbiter added how the media put the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in a pedestal during their royal wedding and how at the time, Prince Harry and Markle “have been chipping away at those pedestals and really having a go.”

“They are in a bit of limbo at the moment, they are sort of living at Kensington Palace, Frogmore Cottage is being overhauled and until such time they can settle in there,” Arbiter said.

“Their life is sort of a bit floaty at the moment, as I said a moment ago, in limbo,” the expert reiterated.

Arbiter is confident that when the baby arrives, Prince Harry and Markle will present it to the world as they eye for a fresh start. When the time comes, the couple is encouraged to support the monarch and heir as they continue their “double act.”

“Once that is out of the way they can really work together as a partnership, as a double act, and support the Queen and support his father, which is what he’s there for.”

Last year, Middleton and her mom, Doria Ragland, were warned of their double act. According to Amanda Platell, Markle should tread carefully if she and her mother plan to continue their “royal double act.”

According to Platell, Kate Middleton’s mom Carole has been a model of discretion when it comes to Middleton’s royal duties. Although Carole is a frequent visitor to the Royal Box at Wimbledon, a deeply supportive, hands-on granny and is someone who Middleton can turn to at any moment, she would “never steal the royal limelight” from the Duchess of Cambridge.