The Royal Family is "much calmer" after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry quit, a source has claimed.
Both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex suffered from an "inability to understand how things worked" and would "kick off" when they couldn't get their way, they added.
The insider told The Mirror: "One of the main issues with Harry and Meghan, when they were part of the working family, was their inability to understand how things worked.
"It’s been a lot simpler without them kicking off over why they couldn’t just do what they wanted.
"Things are a lot calmer."
The couple walked from their senior royal roles in March last year in favour of a new life in LA with their son, Archie, last March.
Prince Andrew was sacked over his relationship with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
The "Queen's favourite son" denied all wrongdoing following a car crash BBC Newsnight interview in November 2019 and kept a low profile until his father the Duke of Edinburgh's death earlier this month.
This has left the Firm without three working royals – with Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex stepping up to help out.
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Prince Charles is reportedly working out the logistics of how things will look going forward and has the job of carving up future engagements, projects and royal tours.
As a way of supporting the Queen, the family have scheduled a meeting to sort out the future business of the monarchy and design tailor-made roles for each of the seven senior members of The Firm.
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It will include collaboration and support for one another from the Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Anne and the Earl and Countess of Wessex.
Sophie Wessex, who has been described as the royal family's "secret weapon", will take on an increasingly public role going forward.
She's very close to the Queen and is said to have been a “tremendous support” to the Queen in the past 12 months.
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Prince Edward will help support a revamp of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards in tribute to Prince Philip as the adventuring scheme has exploded in inquiries since his death.
A spokesman for the Prince of Wales did not comment.
The Sussexes have been contacted for comment.
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