The Queen’s move is said to ensure that Meghan Markle and her mother are comfortable. The Queen’s kind gesture to Meghan Markle and her mother Doria Ragland before the Duchess of Sussex’s marriage to Prince Harry is said to have moved them.
Royal commentator Neil Sean said that the Queen’s move was to ensure that Meghan’s mother was made comfortable during the wedding. This is because the former actress had a public fall out with her father Thomas Markle before her big day and had to walk down the aisle with Prince Charles by her side instead.
In order to better the situation the Queen had personally called Meghan and her mother when the both arrived to the UK. “As they checked into that hotel, that house, Her Majesty the Queen had placed a personal call through to speak to both Meghan and her mother, to welcome them to the United Kingdom,” he claimed, speaking on his YouTube channel.
He said that the purpose of the call was to ask if Doria or her daughter needed anything and to offer her help ahead of the stressful day. “Her Majesty the Queen is a very busy lady, but realised that she wanted to be seen as someone that wasn’t as cold-hearted as she’d been portrayed previously,” he continued.