Tabloids may claim that Queen Elizabeth and Meghan Markle share a difficult relationship all they want, but their amity is undeniable. A documentary about the royals has revealed that the Duchess of Sussex’s closeness with the Queen started when Queen Elizabeth herself invited the Duchess of Sussex for a sleepover. They instantly clicked, and the rest is history.

According to the documentary, it was not easy for Her Majesty to like Meghan at first. Meghan’s “demanding” behavior made the Queen less than impressed with her attitude, causing her to ban Prince Harry’s wife from wearing jewelry from the royal collection. This left Prince Harry “devastated,” but he did not have a hand on it. Queen Elizabeth and her trusted advisers are the only ones who can decide which items in the royal collection can be loaned out and to whom.

“Aspects of Meghan’s behavior, including before the royal wedding, caused resentment with forces within Buckingham Palace,” the narrator of the documentary said. “To be perfectly honest, the Queen herself was not impressed with some of Meghan’s demands, especially as a new member of the family,” the narrator continued.

In the documentary titled “Harry And Meghan: The First 100 Days,” it was revealed that the rift between Queen Elizabeth and Meghan did not last long. Twenty-seven days after marrying into the royal family, Meghan received an invitation from the Queen to join her for a sleepover on the royal train.

The move to summon Meghan for a sleepover was an unprecedented one for the Queen. According to royal author Katie Nicholl, even Prince William and Kate Middleton never had the privilege of having a sleepover with the Queen. “William or Kate have never been granted the privilege of staying overnight on the royal train,” Nicholl said. “It is only brought out for very special occasions as it is very expensive to run,” she added.

Known as the Buckingham Palace on wheels, the lavish train has a luxurious smoking room, bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and a 12-seater dining room. Her Majesty prefers staying overnight on this train when she has royal engagements early morning of the following day.

The day after the Queen and Meghan’s sleepover, the two royals spent the day in Cheshire to open the Mersey Gateway Bridge and the Storyhouse Theatre. According to the Queen’s former aide, Dickie Arbiter, their rapport the following day was “brilliant.” “The Queen and Meghan obviously have a tremendous rapport,” he said. “I have never seen the Queen look so happy and delighted. She was smiling and laughing a lot,” he added.

Apparently, all the rumors about Queen Elizabeth and Duchess Meghan’s difficult relationship are not true. Contrary to reports, the Queen loves Meghan’s company and there is no bad blood between the two.

Queen Elizabeth and Meghan Markle Queen Elizabeth II and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, watch the RAF flypast on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Chris Jackson/Getty Images