Tensions have reportedly mounted between Meghan Markle and Camilla Parker Bowles after the Duchess of Cornwall was left 'very upset' over Markle's social media posts.
Last year, the Duchess of Sussex reportedly sparked fury by breaking a vow not to "overshadow" a long-awaited speech by Camilla on domestic violence.
But Prince Charles' wife was left "very upset" when Meghan insisted that photos of her at a theatre appeared on the day as she gave the long-planned address, The Mirror revealed.
Camilla had reportedly been planning the speech on the 10th anniversary of the Women of the World Festival in London for nearly a year.
It is claimed that Meghan broke a pledge not to "overshadow" Camilla's campaign against abuse by asking the pictures of her private visit to the National Theatre were published on the same day.
Palace officials have not given much away about the row after Meghan allegedly went ahead with her own arrangements.
But one insider said: "Camilla’s work is very important to her and her decision to highlight the scourge of domestic violence at the 10th anniversary of Women of the World was a carefully thought-out plan.
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"Over the last four years, she has worked tirelessly, mostly behind the scenes but to great effect, to use her platform and personal experiences to highlight the issue and help sufferers.
"Of course it was known Harry and Meghan would be doing engagements this week, some privately, but everyone was in agreement that Camilla’s speech should take precedence. Unfortunately some people had other ideas."
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The theatre pictures in question were taken by Chris Allerton, who also snapped Meghan's wedding to Prince Harry and their son Archie's christening.
Meghan's trip to the National Theatre took place after lunch with her husband Harry at the Goring Hotel in London.
It is claimed that she "delayed promoting the visit" so it would not overshadow her appearance with Harry at an award show that same evening.
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The Duchess of Sussex is a patron of the famous theatre.
Earlier this year, it was revealed the Duchess of Sussex's role at the National Theatre would be handed to another member of the royal family.
The Daily Star has approached the Sussexes for comment.
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