Meghan Markle has been advised not to follow Prince Charles’ footsteps.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have already decided to have a separate household and charity from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Earlier this year, Prince Harry and Markle left Kensington Palace and moved to their new home at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

Days ago, Prince Harry and Markle also announced that they would be leaving their shared charity Royal Foundation to Prince William and Kate Middleton. The couple wanted to create a new charity.

Royal biographer Tom Bower commented on the couple’s move. According to the “Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles” author, Markle should not follow what the Prince of Wales did.

“There is only one career, and that is to serve the country and make us all feel there is a family who symbolises the best of Britain,” Bower said in “Good Morning Britain.”

“The problem with Charles was that he kept on doing the separate stuff and cause trouble. The one thing Meghan Markle should not do is follow in Charles’ footsteps.”

There are rumors that Prince Harry and Markle are having a falling-out with Prince William and Middleton. Duncan Larcombe believed that there is some truth to it after the couple decided to get a separate media team.

“It is definitely a sign that things aren’t going so swimmingly for the four of them,” Larcombe told Yahoo’s “Royal Box.”

Larcombe continued saying that getting their own media team suggests that Prince Harry and Markle are living in a different place than Prince William and Middleton. Meanwhile, Lizzie Cundy said that the new mom is “unhappy” that Prince William and Middleton have more followers, so she hired a social media expert to close the gap. Cundy felt that doing so is a sign that their rift is getting so bad.

On Friday, Prince William celebrated his 37th birthday. The netizens criticized Prince Harry and Markle for their “cold” and “useless” birthday greeting. Meanwhile, royal expert Ingrid Seward felt that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex deliberately snubbed the future king and what they did was “pretty rude” and was construed as “purposeful.”

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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