Queen Elizabeth reportedly played a role in Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s “disastrous” marriage. Charles and Diana are pictured leaving Westminster Abbey in London on Feb. 28, 1982. Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

She was busy being the figurehead of the country, but Queen Elizabeth’s title and how it affected her bond with her children is being blamed for why three of the four ended their marriages.

According to Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, in her book “The Queen’s Speech: An Intimate Portrait of the Queen in Her Own Words,” Queen Elizabeth was often “too busy” to deal with the emotions and “difficulties” of her children when they were growing up, and as a result, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Princess Anne became used to not opening up with others about how they really feel in situations.

“None of the Queen’s children was accustomed to speaking about their real feelings because they had been left to their own emotional devices for too long,” Seward said.

As a result, the consequences were disastrous when it came to their marriages—especially, Seward wrote, in the case of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

It was previously reported that Queen Elizabeth was “held responsible” for the fact that three of her children all went on to have divorces because she was the head of the family. Charles and Diana’s divorce was finalized in 1996. That same year saw Prince Andrew’s marriage to Sarah Ferguson also come to an end. Prior to that, Princess Anne had divorced Mark Phillips in 1992.