Queen has made an 'unusual effort' to form a close relationship with Meghan so she doesn't feel isolated like Diana - even though Kate didn't get the same treatment, royal commentator claims

Queen, 93, is said to have made a particular effort to make Meghan feel welcome According to royal commentator monarch is keen to 'learn from past lessons' Royal doesn't want Meghan, 38, to feel like an outside 'as late Princess Diana did'

06 August 2019 - 18:22

The Queen has struck up an 'unusually close' friendship with Meghan Markle, a royal commentator has claimed.

The monarch, 93, is said to have made a 'particular effort' to make the Duchess of Sussex, 38, feel welcome, extending an invite to Prince Harry's wife on an array of royal engagements.

According to royal commentator Duncan Larcombe, it is an effort that 'wasn't afforded to Kate', as her entrance into the royal family was more gradual.

The move is said to be an effort to ensure Meghan doesn't feel like an outsider, as the late Princess Diana did when she joined the firm.

 

The Queen has struck up an 'unusually close' friendship with Meghan Markle, a royal commentator has claimed. Pictured: The Queen and Meghan seen at a joint engagement to open the new Mersey Gateway Bridge in Cheshire last June

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