Neither Meghan Markle nor the newly crowned Queen Camilla was Queen Elizabeth’s favourite in-laws. According to sources, Elizabeth is said to have changed her will before her away, and those modifications are likely to benefit Kate Middleton.

The expensive jewellery collection of the late king, estimated to be worth $110 million, is slated to pass to Prince William’s wife. A crucial distinction is that the 300 personal items belong to the Queen and not the Crown.

Sources claimed in July that she had been concentrating on her prized possessions and who deserved what.




“The whispers are that she’s made some last-minute changes to her will that’ll be a shocking surprise for her heirs.”

According to information provided to this site, Middleton is likely to benefit from the choice, which is anticipated to raise some eyebrows among the royals.

“Kate is clearly the family favorite,” according to a source, the action will probably upset Camilla, Meghan, and their partners, King Charles and Prince Harry.

According to reports, Camilla, who was appointed Queen Consort with Elizabeth’s approval, has always harboured a secret enmity for Middleton’s relationship with the late Queen.

“She’d never say it, of course,” said the source, “but it’s one of the reasons Camilla resented Kate.”

Camilla is not alone. According to RadarOnline.com, Meghan and her daughter Lilibet are likely to suffer the royal axe. “There’s a very good chance the Queen won’t leave either of them any jewels of value,” the pal revealed.

“It’s not surprising, since they’re not members of the royal family anymore,” the insider continued, “but it would be a real slap in the face.” Sources say that Kate and William are “not worried” about the Queen’s jewels because they are aware of their relationship with Elizabeth.

While Kate and William “certainly don’t want Lilibet to be left out,” she and William “are likely to pass some of the gems on to Princess Charlotte.”

“As for Meghan, she’s not their concern,” scoffed the royal insider.

At the age of 96, Queen Elizabeth passed away on Thursday at Balmoral Castle. Prior to each of her children and Prince William showing up at the scene, the royal family waited to announce her passing. They didn’t show Prince Harry the same interest, though.

According to sources, Harry was still travelling to Balmoral Castle when his troubled family made the announcement about Queen Elizabeth’s passing.