During an interview with British radio station Channel 5 on Wednesday morning, many believe the Duchess of Cornwall referenced the shock of Meghan's dad, Thomas Markle, not being able to walk her down the aisle when she married Prince Harry on May 19.
"We all wondered whatever would happen next," Camilla, 70, noted, adding, "and then everything went right."
Thomas was expected to walk his daughter down the aisle, but just days before the ceremony, the reclusive Mexico resident was caught in a photo staging scandal. Then, Thomas announced because he had suffered a heart attack entailing surgery, he'd be unable to attend.
After the embarrassing family crisis, Prince Charles, 69, stepped in to walk Meghan, 36, down the aisle instead.
As Radar has exclusively reported, a source claims that Camilla, who waited years to marry Charles, dislikes Meghan for being accepted so readily into "The Firm."
"Camilla simply cannot believe what an easy entree she’s getting" into the royal family, the palace insider told Radar of Harry's new wife.
Camilla's apparent reference to Meghan's disgraced father Thomas wasn't the only awkward wedding-related moment for Charles' wife.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, there were royal feud rumors after Prince William's wife Kate Middleton was spotted giving Camilla "side eye" at Harry's wedding.
Onlookers noticed that Camilla was murmuring something when Middleton shot an exasperated look at her during the ceremony.
Also, Camilla got slammed for looking like she was laughing when Prince Harry and Meghan's American minister, Michael Curry, made an emotional speech which referenced slavery, the Old Testament and Martin Luther King Jr.
But Charles refused to give up the true love of his life and in 2005, years after Diana died in a tragic car accident, he married Camilla.
The Duchess of Cornwall will now have to share the spotlight not only with Middleton but with Meghan, now known as the Duchess of Sussex.
Meghan joined Prince Charles and Camilla on Tuesday for her first official royal appearance at a Buckingham Palace garden party in honor of Charles’ upcoming 70th birthday in November. At one point, Meghan and Camilla even held hands!
And Camilla is largely putting on a positive public face about Meghan and Harry's wedding, noting, “It’s nice to have something that is uplifting rather than depressing. Everything was just perfect, including the weather, which couldn’t have been better. It was a beautiful day.
“The only thing is that we are all losing our voices now!” she added about the long Saturday which included two star-studded receptions.
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