Meghan Markle reportedly broke Queen Elizabeth II’s heart and insulted Kate Middleton and her kids, but there is no proof supporting these new claims.

There was a report claiming that the Duchess of Sussex is a “monster.” “Meghan is a monster! She has to control everything,” the unnamed insider said.

The source said that Markle is afraid that her son would bond with others. She couldn’t reportedly stand with anyone holding her son including Prince Harry. The insider also claimed to have overheard that a staffer found a nanny in tears outside the couple’s Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. However, one should take the report with a grain of salt.

Markle has only had two official nannies with one being let go soon after starting. Thus, it’s not conceivable for the source to have “heard about” another nanny crying outside the couple’s home.

Aside from calling Markle a monster, the duchess is reportedly at odds with the Queen and Middleton. The insider said that Markle threw a tantrum and refused to join the Queen at her Scottish retreat in Balmoral. The Duchess of Sussex reportedly insisted that Archie was too young for the trip which upset the Queen.

“Her Majesty was furious — and heartbroken — at the snub,” the source added. "She was looking forward to spending time with her newest great-grandchild.”

From there, the outlet added that Prince Harry and Markle have been fighting over the royal protocol. The duchess also allegedly insulted her sister-in-law.

“She yelled she’d never turn into a dowdy duchess like Kate [Middleton], who she insults regularly!” the source says. “After that, Meghan refused contact with her in-laws and their children, Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte.”

However, these claims need to be taken with a grain of salt as the palace has not confirmed the rumors.

In related news, Prince Harry and Markle were accused of working against Prince William and Middleton for upsetting the media ahead of the Cambridges’ Pakistan tour.  Markle filed a lawsuit against Mail on Sunday for publishing her personal letters to her father. Meanwhile, Prince Harry sued The Sun and The Mirror for an alleged  phone hacking.

Another royal followers also believed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would use Markle’s pregnancy to keep the spotlight to themselves while the future king and queen are on tour.

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.  Photo: Getty Images/John Stillwell