Since joining the royal family, following her royal wedding to Prince Harry back in May, Meghan Markle appears to have been getting on very well with her new in-laws.
And according to a new report, Prince Charles’ wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, is apparently very supportive of Meghan, and her new role within the royal family.
In a new profile of Prince Charles for Vanity Fair, it’s revealed that Camilla and Meghan “clearly really like each other,” per a “close family friend.” And that’s not all. Meghan and her step-mother-in-law’s relationship is described as “aces,” and filled with “real warmth and support,” which is lovely to hear.
The family friend also tells Vanity Fair that “Camilla has been very helpful to Meghan,” welcoming her into the royal family. And whenever the pair have been photographed together, it’s clear that they definitely enjoy one other’s company:
By all accounts, according to Vanity Fair‘s profile, both Charles and Camilla were extremely supportive of Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan earlier this year. The publication spoke to someone who attended the May 2018 nuptials, who revealed that Charles “seemed like the settling hand on the whole day,” and Camilla apparently “seemed like she had been doing this forever.”
Over the summer it was reported that Meghan and Harry had spent some time with Camilla and Charles at Castle of Mey in Caithness in Scotland, per Us Weekly. At the time, a source even told BAZAAR.com that, “They stayed for five days and it was Prince Charles hosting them.”
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