The Queen is planning a legal fightback against Meghan and Harry after deciding “enough is enough” with their hurtful comments about the Royal Family, it has been claimed.
A source at the heart of the palace told The Sun that the monarch is fed up with the Sussex’s “repeated attacks” and is now consulting lawyers who specialise in libel.
They claimed: “(The Queen is) getting lawyered up. Harry and Meghan will be made aware and know repeated attacks will not be tolerated.
"There is a limit to how much will be accepted and the Queen and Royal Family can only be pushed so far.
“The feeling, coming right from the top, is that enough is enough.”
Both the palace and the Sussexes have been approached for a comment by the Daily Star over the claims.
It comes after Harry’s revelation that he is set to publish a tell-all memoir rocked senior royals.
The Duke has promised royal fans an “accurate and wholly truthful” recollection of his life.
Several bombshells could be included in the book, including more details on who made racist comments surrounding the skin colour of Harry and Meghan’s child.
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Other explosive issues Harry could address include the naming of Lilibet, senior royal’s attitude to mental health and more information on what really happened at the Sandringham crisis meetings following Megxit.
But in advance of publication, it is claimed that the Queen is considering sending a legal warning to publishers Penguin Random House.
Allegedly, the monarch will make it clear that sweeping claims surrounding their intimate lives will be met with legal action.
The Sun’s source continued to claim: “The royals’ legal team are speaking to firms with expertise in libel and privacy.
"If someone were named in the book and accused of something directly that could be a libel and also infringe their rights to a private family life.
“It would be ironic if Harry and Meghan were accused of breaching privacy given their pronouncements on the subject.”
The royal insider added that the Royal Family’s legal team could contact publishers of Harry’s book to ask for advance warning of its contents and to be given a chance to respond to any allegations.
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