Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth II
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and Queen Elizabeth II at the Queen's Young Leaders Awards Ceremony at Buckingham Palace on June 26, 2018 in London.  Getty Images/John Stillwell

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were forced to take a babymoon because Queen Elizabeth II reportedly wanted them out of Kensington Palace.

Earlier this month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly went away for a three-night stay in Hampshire that many thought was the couple’s “babymoon.” However, one netizen claimed that Prince Harry and Markle only did it because the Queen wanted them out of the palace.

“So #PrinceHarry swiped #MeghanMarkle off to an expensive hotel for 3 days before moving into Frogmore. Why???? Because the Queen wanted them out of Kensington Palace by the first and Frogmore wasn't ready before the 4. Sir Christopher got them out. Watch your back MeGain,” Hege K Hansen wrote on Twitter.

Jane Collins reacted to the post and said that she was concerned about why she helped foot the bill for Prince Harry and Markle’s cottage. She added that she wished she could afford to renovate her own home and install a 50k heating system and called the couple “parasites.”

Another netizen said that it’s “typical” for Markle to choose the most expensive suite in the most expensive hotel she could find. The netizen then went on and wrote, “two fingers up to the taxpayer and the Queen.”

According to The Sun, Prince Harry and Markle stayed at Long Room at Heckfield Place hotel. Long Room costs $13,000 per night. Their three protection officers occupied $457-a-night rooms.

It is not known if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were charged full price but their room as well as their protection officers’ already cost them at least $43,000.

According to Matt Lecre, a journalist for Daily Mirror, Prince Harry and Markle’s move to Frogmore cottage was delayed because the “demanding royal couple keep making design changes.”

Prince Harry and Markle were expected to move to their home, Frogmore Cottage, in Windsor late March, but they were behind schedule due to the number of alterations they ordered during the makeover that almost cost $4 million.

In related news, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they would keep their birthing plan a secret. Some netizens understand the couple’s decision and supported their wish for privacy. However, other netizens felt entitled to know it because according to them, the pay for the privileged life that Prince Harry and Markle enjoy.