The Queen fears Meghan Markle will “go nuclear” as she prepares to quit the Royals with Prince Harry , claims the Duchess’s former pal.
Meghan and Harry are due to leave the so-called Firm on March 31 as they step out on their own.
It comes after a row over the use of Sussex Royal raged between the couple and the palace.
TV star Lizzie Cundy, a former friend of Meghan, alleged the Queen felt she had to “contain” the Duchess.
Her Majesty nipped the dispute in the bid, with Palace informing the couple they could not brand themselves as “Royals”.
Cundy made the claims while speaking to True Royalty TV as the world awaits to see what is next for Harry and Meghan .
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Cundy said: "The Queen, I think, has had to draw a line under it.
"I think she was actually getting worried that maybe Meghan would go nuclear.
"We’ve heard about the chat shows that could happen, so many other things, and I think she wanted to contain it."
The TV personality claimed Meghan had hoped to use her and Harry’s royal fame to build a new venture.
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Cundy claimed she expects the Sussexes to try build a brand similar to the Obamas or the Beckhams.
She said: "I feel like Meghan wanted to do an Obama branding, being like the Beckham’s brand, make a lot of money.”
Harry and Meghan eventually conceded they would not use the term "Royal" in their branding – despite setting up a website and Instagram under the title.
In a statement, the couple said: "While there is not any jurisdiction by the monarchy over the use of the word 'royal' overseas, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use any iteration of the word 'royal' in any territory."
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Harry and Meghan have already begun to step out on their own, taking up a speaking gig at a JP Morgan event in Florida.
It is reported the couple may have the earned up to £400,000 from attending the posh dinner.
Harry and Meghan are expected forge a billion pound empire once they have left the Royal Family.
The Duchess is believed to be attempting to return to acting roles, and Harry will following in his mum Diana’s philanthropic ventures.
And reportedly the couple are planning to launch a new documentary series on US TV superstar Oprah Winfrey on raising awareness of mental health issues
Other money-spinning ventures in their future could include book deals, podcasts and more public speaking.
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Meghan is also reportedly still hoping to get involved with Disney, with reports claiming that she wants to be in a superhero film .
A source said: "He has said she wants her return to acting to be part of an ensemble cast in something like a superhero film.
“He’s actively seeking such a movie for her. He’s saying she is available and open to the best offers.
"Meghan is planning a series of meetings in Hollywood."
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Harry and Meghan are expected to set up a new life in the US and Canada – reportedly looking at property in Malibu.
It has been claimed the Duchess wants to raise baby Archie across the Atlantic.
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