Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s decision to fight back against British tabloids reportedly created tension in the royal family. While the couple felt the move was necessary to protect themselves, their decision was not supported by the monarchy.

Over the years, several royals have had issues with the tabloids. However, Harry and Meghan’s lawsuit damaged their relationship with the press, and lead to a confrontation within the family.

Royal correspondent, Richard Palmer told at the Daily Express that Queen Elizabeth, Kate Middleton, Prince William and other members of the royal family were not happy with Meghan and Harry’s decision to file a lawsuit.

“There has been no support from within the Royal Family, as far as I can tell, for Harry and Meghan’s confrontational approach to the media,” he said.

“They are out on a limb on that,” he added.

Palmer revealed that Prince Charles and Camilla, who have been a support system for the couple, didn’t think it was “a good idea” to speak negatively about the press.

On his Twitter account, Palmer claimed Harry’s family didn’t think the couple handled the situation properly. “The Queen, Charles and Camilla, and the Cambridges don’t think it a good idea and there have been words. They’ve all had their ups and downs with the media,” he wrote.

The royal commentator went on to imply that Queen Elizabeth was especially upset with the way the couple’s image has suffered since they married in 2018.

“The Queen is disappointed how it’s all turned out in the first 18 months of the Sussexes’ marriage. Like others in the family, she is concerned about their emotional wellbeing, and she sees them regularly,” he shared.

Although there has been speculation that Meghan and Prince Harry have distanced themselves from the royal family, the brood put on a united front last week when they attended several events together in honor of Remembrance Day.