Since Meghan Markle married Prince Harry and joined the royal family, she has been struggling to adjust to her new life.

There have been reports suggesting the life of the Duchess of Sussex, who is not used to the amount of attention she had been receiving and was unprepared for feuds with various members of her family, has only become more difficult with time.

During an appearance on Fox News, royal biographer Ingrid Seward revealed Meghan may have had an easier transition into the royal family if she had taken her time.

“I should think she’s finding it pretty difficult. It’s a minefield, being a member of the Royal family. Perhaps she should have eased herself into it a little more,” she said.

Since gaining a royal title, Meghan has managed to earn the name of “Duchess  Difficult.” The nickname comes after reports the Duchess of Susexx would contact her staff members at all hours of the night about ideas she came up with.

Royal expert Omid Scobie previously told Us Weekly that despite the rumors alleging Meghan is “difficult,” royal insiders have yet to confirm any truth to the allegations.

“I’m sure there are people in other royal households who don’t agree with some things that she does or with her delivery, and that is solely based on cultural differences Americans are direct when it comes to business, and Brits are reserved,” the commentator revealed.

“So, of course, some things can be misread at times. But I have yet to come across someone in the Kensington Palace household who has a bad word to say about Meghan.”

Meghan and Harry are expected to welcome their first child together in the spring.