"Harry went to his father Prince Charles and his grandmother the Queen 'constantly' about Meghan being bullied," the outlet says, "but they 'wouldn't do anything to change the protocol,' despite seeing 'how it was tearing him apart,' according to the source."
"Meghan said they made it seem like this is the way it is, deal with it. Harry had been dealing with it far too long. She said he wasn't going to let this destroy her life and their marriage." Apparently she also said the whole thing was "infuriating."
The Royal Family was still surprised by the couple cutting ties with the British media, "Meghan said no one in the royal family should be surprised with the announcement."
Following on from the rumour mill, it's unsurprising the couple want to tell their story - their way.
The couple has reportedly sat down for an interview with royal reporters Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand to give their side of the story, for a biography titled Thoroughly Modern Royals: The Real World Of Harry And Meghan. Scobie, who is BAZAAR.com’s Royal Editor at Large and Durand, who works as a royal contributor for ELLE.com and OprahMag.com, are set to release the 320-page book on August 11.
Despite the sparse details thus far, the book is expected to cover the beginning of the couple’s relationship, potentially also addressing their explosive departure from the royal family as well as their time in Canada and their recent move to Los Angeles.