The Duchess of Sussex has been given the unkind moniker because “she’ll only last three years”, the Sunday Times reported. Meghan joined the royals when she married Prince Harry in May 2018 following a whirlwind romance. Since then, the US-born former actress has faced ongoing rumours over her behaviour.
It was previously reported that royal aides had given Meghan a range of nasty nicknames, including “Me-gain”, “Duchess Difficult” and “Hurricane Meghan”.
And in the run-up to the royal wedding, the former Suits star’s tiara demands are said to have prompted Harry to yell at staff: “What Meghan wants, she gets!”
There were also claims that Meghan ruffled feathers when she asked for air freshners to be sprayed in St George’s Chapel to get rid of the musty smell.
Meghan has been cruelly nicknamed the “degree wife”, according to reports
While a number of Harry’s old pals, including Tom Inskip, were not invited to the evening reception despite newer celebrity friends attending.
An insider said: “Anybody who voiced any kind of reservation about Meghan has been sidelined.”
There have also been swirling rumours of a rift with Prince William and Kate.
Meghan has reportedly been given the unkind moniker by a senior royal
Meghan and Harry moved from next door to the Cambridges to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor earlier this year.
They have also broken away from their joint Kensington Palace household, with their new office based at Buckingham Palace.
And now there are reports that the charity the four royals share will also split.
Meghan and Harry are set to walk away from the Royal Foundation to focus on their own charity work.
The decision is expected to be announced at a board meeting tomorrow.