Meghan Markle’s former friend said that Queen Elizabeth II would probably agree that the Duchess of Sussex is carrying her royal role the wrong way.

The Duchess of Sussex has been criticized for many reasons: from her expensive wardrobes to her and Prince Harry’s private jet flights. According to Lizzie Cundy, Markle’s former pal, she is doing things the wrong way and the Queen would probably agree with that.

“Just because Meghan is a princess, she is married to Prince Harry – she has to take the criticism because things aren’t going right,” Cundy said on talkRADIO.

“I think if you even ask the Queen, she would say, ‘Meghan, you haven’t done things the right way’.”

Cundy commented on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision about taking four private jets in 11 days and she said that the couple acted “hypocritically.” She explained that Prince Harry and Markle couldn’t say that they want to save the planet and take four private jets. She also cited more examples on how the Sussexes are being hypocritical.

“You can’t do it that way, you can’t say, ‘we want £2.4 million for our cottage,’ and then say, ‘no, we want our christening private, you’re not seeing baby Archie,” she added.

“I’m sorry, she’s doing things the wrong way. She edited Vogue and she didn’t visit President Trump - I think she’s done it the wrong way.”

Cundy and Markle struck up a friendship after they met at an awards dinner in 2013. However, the duchess reportedly ghosted her after she started dating Prince Harry.

A source told Grazia magazine that Markle’s friends haven’t heard from her in the run-up to her royal wedding to Prince William’s younger brother. Markle reportedly sent a message to a friend that she would no longer be in touch. An insider said that Markle was sociable, but some friendships couldn’t go on since she was about to join the royal family at the time.

Cundy claimed that Markle urged Prince Harry to do the same with his friends. Markle reportedly pushed all of Prince Harry’s close pals out.

Earlier this year, it was reported that Prince Harry has “frozen out” his closest pal Tom “Skippy” Inskip after he negated the idea of his friend marrying Markle. The old buddies have reconciled in July following the death of Inskip’s mother-in-law.

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