Meghan Markle may just be a duchess in title, but she is reportedly the queen in the home she shares with Prince Harry, according to a TV personality.

Presenter Lizzie Cundy recently dished on Markle and Prince Harry's home life, claiming that the Duchess of Sussex has been "ruling the roost" since they tied the knot in a lavish wedding back in May 2018. Cundy, who reportedly met Markle when the then-actress flew to the UK during the early days of her "Suits" stint, revealed on "talkRADIO" that some of Prince Harry's friends have been booted out of the Duke of Sussex's life by his wife.

"One thing I have heard is, because I’m friend with a lot of Harry’s friends – one is a very close friend – is that she has pushed them all out," Cundy claimed in a video shared by Express.

The TV personality claimed that a close friend of Prince Harry's whom she didn't name had been "elbowed right out" of the duke's life despite their long friendship.

"This friend, I won’t name him, he had Harry on his shoulders in Las Vegas when he got into that trouble," she claimed. "He was a really good, solid friend – covered for him, everything – he has been elbowed right out."

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are pictured in London on March 5, 2019. Dominic Lipinski/AFP/Getty Images

This is not the first time that reports have surfaced of Markle encouraging Prince Harry to cut off contact with his old friends. According to Express, royal sources previously claimed that the duchess did not like his pals' "unsettling influence" on her husband.

One such friend was reportedly Tom "Skippy" Inskip, who has been a pal of Prince Harry's since their days at Eton College. British magazine Tatler previously claimed that Markle wanted Inskip out of her husband's life after he asked Prince Harry to think over his decision to marry the former actress.

Despite rumors of a feud, Inskip and his wife Lara had been invited to their royal wedding last year. Inskip had reportedly also been one of the first among Prince Harry's circle of friends to congratulate him on the birth of his son, Archie Harrison, last month.

Meanwhile, Markle is still on maternity leave and has not joined the rest of the royal family in welcoming President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, to the UK this week.