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Prince William does not want Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to name their baby after their mom Princess Diana if they were having a girl. Pictured: Prince William, Markle and Prince Harry attend an Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey on April 25, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Eddie Mulholland


  • Meghan Markle allegedly tried her best to make Prince William like her, royal correspondent Neil Sean claimed
  • Markle was allegedly "frustrated" that she did not succeed in winning her brother-in-law over, according to the royal expert
  • The duchess is "terrified" of Prince William because he "has not once shown any incline to her charms," Sean claimed

Meghan Markle was "frustrated" that she couldn't win over Prince William, a royal correspondent and commentator has claimed.

Neil Sean, a royal and entertainment reporter who has been featured on NBC News, MSNBC, Access Hollywood and numerous newspapers, including Daily Mail and Us Weekly, weighed in on Markle's relationship with Prince Harry's father King Charles III and older brother Prince William in a new piece published by Fox News.

Sean wrote that while some reports have claimed that Prince Harry and Markle should be concerned about King Charles III possibly "exiling" them following their decision to quit royal duties, it is the Prince of Wales the couple "should be worried about."

Ahead of Prince Harry and Markle's 2018 wedding, the former "Suits" star "tried her very best to make William like her while gushing about saving the planet," but he "was having none of it," the royal correspondent claimed.

Sean quoted an unnamed "good source" as saying that Markle was allegedly "frustrated" that she could not make her brother-in-law "like her." The duchess allegedly told Prince Harry about it, but her husband was "perplexed" with this situation.

While Markle believes King Charles "will and still does like her" despite their royal exit, "William, for Meghan, is the bigger problem and one she can't solve," Sean claimed.

Markle and Prince Harry recently reunited with Prince William and Kate Middleton in the U.K., joining them as they greeted well-wishers outside Windsor Castle on Sept. 10, two days after Queen Elizabeth II's death.

But while the four seemingly put on a united front to honor the late monarch, an unnamed source claimed to Sean that Prince William still can't accept Markle.

"[William] is playing the very long game," the insider alleged, according to the royal expert. "And, make no mistake, she is terrified of him simply because, throughout all of this, William has not once shown any incline to her charms."

The royal correspondent claimed that he believes Prince Harry and Markle won't be welcome in Prince William's court once he becomes king. That could change in the future, but the welcome may only extend to the Prince of Wales' younger brother, Sean added.

"Harry alone will always be welcome, but no one — and I mean, no one — trusts the deluded head, thoughts and mind of Markle. It's as simple as that," Sean quoted the source as saying.

International Business Times could not independently verify the claims.

Another royal expert recently suggested that there may never be a reconciliation between Prince William and Prince Harry.

Prince William "simply can't forgive" his brother for opting out of royal life, Katie Nicholl, author of "The New Royals — Queen Elizabeth's Legacy and the Future of the Crown," said on TV's "Dan Wootton Tonight" Thursday.

"He always thought Harry would be his wingman, now he's doing it on his own. Thank goodness he's got Kate by his side," added the Vanity Fair royal correspondent.

Royal fans were hopeful that the brothers' bond could be mended following the death of the Queen.

An unnamed source close to Prince Harry told The Times of London earlier this month that being in each other's company was "uncomfortable" for Prince Harry and Prince William, but they were both "trying their best."

Prince William, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton
Prince William, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton arrive at Westminster Abbey to attend a service to mark the centenary of the Armistice in central London on Nov. 11, 2018. Getty Images/Paul Grover