In the aftermath of their lovely nuptials on May 19 - which saw Prince Charles walk the new royal partway down the St. George's Chapel aisle - headlines have been saturated with negative comments from the Markle family.
Samantha was one of the most vocal members of the Markle family in the run-up to the royal wedding, and has kept the controversy going after Meghan married Prince Harry. By taking the high road and not saying anything at all, apparently.
That's according to royal expert, Liz Brewer, who spoke about how the palace is addressing Meghan's protocol mis-steps.
"I would only do it if I'm not being set up by a shock jock who wants to be rude and slam the phone down", she said, before adding that she worked in radio and is good with "comebacks".
After the event, Senator Catherine Noone tweeted that Meghan had said she was "pleased to see the result" of Ireland's recent referendum to legalize abortion.
Even though there were probably about 17 steps he could've taken to get out of attending the wedding, like just don't RSVP, Thomas skipped straight to the life-threatening emergency excuse.
The tension has reportedly been hard on Meghan.
She certainly showed an individual sense of style at her first public engagement alone with the Duchess of Cambridge when she wore eye-catching flares at the Wimbledon Women's Final earlier this month.
"She's essentially not able to prevent these kind of stories. Now, everything has to go through official Palace", the source said. "She doesn't have her own publicist, she can't make any comments on Twitter and she can't reach out to him to tell him to stop speaking to the press".
Olivia's comments came a few days after Samantha's latest outburst against her regal sibling.
Those close to the royal family are confident Meghan can make it through this rough patch, hard as it might be. "There's a reason that Prince Charles calls her tungsten. I'm thinking about it".