Provocative claims, which include growing tension between Meghan and the Queen over her dress code, are made by Mail on Sunday. In particular, the Queen is said to have been surprised that Meghan, a widow, chose a clean white dress for her marriage to Prince Harry on May 19. There was also the Palace's concern about Meghan's favor for black dresses, traditionally the colors of mourning, and clothes made by non-British designers.
Palace sources told Mail on Sunday: "Meghan was told that she needed to start dressing less like a Hollywood star and more like a Royal."
During the Kingdom visit to Runcorn, in Cheshire, Meghan was reported to have irritated the Queen by refusing to follow her example and wear a hat.
Concern also increased in August when he wore a dress to Hamilton's hit music which finished several inches above the knee, breech from the Royal protocol.
In addition, Meghan has paid attention to traditionalists, bringing a large number of Hollywood and sports celebrities into the Kingdom.
His marriage, at the St Mary's Chapel palace in Windsor, was attended by Serena Williams, Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney and Idris Elba.
Ms Williams, a famous tennis star, commented: "We have known each other for a long time, but we have really relied on each other a lot recently."
Mr. and Mrs. Clooney, their respective actors and lawyers, are believed to have hosted the Royal couple in their Lake Como villa in August.
But a number of prominent celebrities, including former soccer player David Beckham and singer Sir Elton John, attended the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wedding in 2011.
Princess Eugenie, who married last month, is Ed Sheeran's personal friend.
It was also said that Meghan had raised his eyebrows because of his attitude which demanded the court aides.
Wake up at 5 a.m. every day he often shoots text to staff that contains ideas and requests.
On the average day the Palace aides are reported to receive six or seven texts from the Duchess.
The Royal couple, who currently spend a lot of their time in the Cotswolds, have been expected to move to London ahead of the birth of their child.
Initially they were intended to move to a 21-room apartment in Kensington Palace, making them neighbors to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
However, the rooms are currently occupied by the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, who are reportedly reluctant to leave.
Buckingham Palace has been approached for comment by Express.co.uk.