Although these reports had not yet been confirmed, palace aides were also regaining tension, as one of them noted. The Mail on Sunday.
"I have never seen the monarchy in such a bad state," the source told the newspaper. "Despite the traditional scenario, it is understood that the queen read the ad on an iPad before watching coverage, while broadcasters revealed the shock announcement for the country."
The source added that members of the royal family were "hurt" and "deeply disappointed" by news of Harry's separation from the family.
The queen has ordered a meeting will take place Monday to discuss Harry's decision and his future with the monarchy. Harry, William, his father, Prince Charles and possibly other members of the royal family should attend.
Informed Internal Sources People Magazine The meeting will serve as an opportunity to "discuss things".
Sky News that originally broke the news of the meeting, tweet, "The queen called a family reunion to discuss solutions for Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan's decision to back down royalty."
It is not known what other family members may attend, but several sources have said that Markle, 38, will probably be joining by phone.