Prince Harry’s happiness is reportedly Queen Elizabeth II’s priority.

Many were surprised when Prince William’s brother and Meghan Markle’s romance was publicized. Some didn’t like it because she was a divorcee. However, the Queen still approved the couple’s relationship and allowed them to get married.

According to royal commentator Angela Levin, the Queen “adores” Prince Harry. Her Majesty only cares about her grandson’s happiness.

“I think the Queen very very much wanted Harry to be happy. He has suffered so much losing his mother and unlike William, he didn’t need a partner when was still young,” Levin told Express.

“Obviously he is still young, but when he was at university. I think that was her priority, she adores Harry and thinks he is fun.”

Levin added that the Queen is already in her 90s and is stepping back from being too demanding. The same thing could be said to Prince Philip, who just turned 98 years old a few days ago. Due to their old age, the couple is much more relaxed and they are happy to whatever things that could make Prince Harry happy.

There are rumors that Prince Harry is Queen Elizabeth II’s favorite grandchild. One insider said that Her Majesty couldn’t say “no” to Prince Harry. So, when he asked that they invite Markle to spend Christmas with them in 2017, she agreed.

Markle is the first royal fiancée to do so. Kate Middleton only joined the members of the Firm for the said occasion after she married Prince William.

According to E! News royal correspondent Melanie Bromley, the Queen has a more “fun” granny-to-grandson relationship with Prince Harry compared to Prince William due to their rank in the line of succession.

Prince William is going to become king someday, so his relationship with the monarch is “half family and half business.” The Queen and the Duke of Cambridge’s bonding often involved his future role where the Queen would slip history lesson to her grandson.

However, Christopher Andersen believes that the monarch’s favorite is Prince William and not Prince Harry. The Queen reportedly embraced Middleton as a suitable mate for the second in line to the throne even before they got engaged and had taken a special interest to Prince William because she knew that the monarchy rested squarely on his shoulder.