Last week, Prince Harry published a statement on the Sussexes' new website confirming that the couple had been forced to take legal action against the Mail on Sunday after they allegedly published a private letter written by his wife.
The letter was written to Meghan's father Thomas Markle, detailing her pain at their broken relationship.
What's more, Prince Harry claimed that he had been "witness to her private suffering for too long" and accused the press of waging a "ruthless campaign."
Originally, it was believed that Queen Elizabeth was also not consulted.
However, Prince Harry's communications secretary has confirmed that the monarch was informed.
The Queen has reportedly prohibited her inner circle from making any comments about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
"It’s an accumulation, and Harry refuses to sit and do nothing as the British press scrutinizes Meghan and invades her privacy," the insider told Us Weekly.
"Meghan comes across as a strong woman, but she’s been deeply affected by the negative stories about her."
Currently, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex live in Frogmore Cottage in Windsor with their five-month-old son Archie.
However, the source claimed that if nothing changes, the royal couple could possibly make a permanent move to another Commonwealth country.
For more royals news, pick up a copy of this month's New Idea Royals magazine.