Not only does the Duchess have her new royal responsibilities to contend with, the pressure from her estranged family members speaking with the press continues to mount - and according to royal insiders, it’s all becoming too much for the former Suits actress to handle.
Plans have reportedly been put in place to ease Meghan back from public appearances for a while to try and reduce the hysteria and help her to deal with the stress – and try and put a stop to the family drama once and for all.
One upcoming event that is in serious doubt is the royal tour of Australia and New Zealand with Prince Harry for the Invictus Games.
“Meghan may not even attend the games at all or visit Australia," a Kensington Palace source tells New Idea. "There is serious talk about that and contingency plans have now been put in place.”
“And the duke and duchess’ arrival date keeps moving closer and closer to the day of the opening ceremony, which is sending panic signals to the Invictus organisers here.”
33-year-old Harry is reportedly growing increasingly concerned over the hysteria surrounding his new wife, and the pair has reportedly been spending most of their time at a country home in the Cotswolds.
Unsurprisingly Harry is haunted by the public scrutiny that followed his mother, Princess Diana and ultimately played a part in her death in 1997.
“Harry didn’t used to care that much about what was written, he just said it was a load of shite, but he’s very protective of Meghan and defensive these days,” a source told Vanity Fair’s royal correspondent Katie Nicholl.
“He worries there is too much hysteria around Meghan and he wants to row back a bit.”
There has been no official word from the Palace on any changes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal tour.