A media outlet claims that Meghan Markle blasted Queen Elizabeth and told her to "drop dead." Is there any truth to this?

A sketchy tabloid named National Enquirer reported that Markle once told the Queen to drop dead and that she and Prince Harry are bigger than the Royal Family. This incident allegedly led to Queen Elizabeth and Prince William declaring an "all-out war".

The publication further added that Markle's ego has been out of control, and Queen Elizabeth has bent over backward trying to accommodate their selfish demand for freedom, but all Meghan’s done is thumb her nose at her efforts. However, the ongoing fight within the family was devastating and Queen Elizabeth just wanted it all to be over. 

The conflict was taking a toll on Queen Elizabeth, who was suffering from heart issues and other ailments and Markle's self-centered tactics are taking a toll on Queen's health. Sources said that the Queen doesn't deserve to be treated like this by a narcissistic newcomer. The story concluded by saying Prince Harry needs to get his wife under control.

However, Gossip Cop confirmed that no such thing happened between the estranged parties. They further added that Markle and the Queen are on good terms despite their current circumstances.

The Guardian also reported that Markle and Queen Elizabeth are having a fine relationship. The Duchess of Sussex, in fact, spoke highly of the Queen during her interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Harry, as well, reaffirmed that he and his grandmother is in a good place despite their decision to step away from their royal duties. He added that he has never blindsided his grandmother and he respects her so much.  

Apparently, the National Enquirer has established a reputation of discrediting Markle since she became the Duchess of Sussex. This is the same publication that covered a story about Queen Elizabeth being on her death bed. 

Furthermore, the Gossip Cop has busted the enquirer multiple times for spreading false information about the Royal Family, especially Markle.

meghan markle queen elizabeth ii Meghan Markle and the Queen are pictured during a ceremony to open the new Mersey Gateway Bridge on June 14, 2018, in the town of Widnes in Halton, Cheshire, England. Getty Images/Jeff J Mitchell