Queen Elizabeth is, reportedly, delighted that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are moving to the U.S. and leaving the royal family for good. The Queen watched the tell-all documentary of the couple and was reportedly shocked by some of their claims.

Rumors have been swirling around that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are moving to the U.S. to have their second base there. While the couple has yet to confirm the rumor, Prince Harry and Meghan admitted in their recent ITV documentary that they have been having a hard time dealing with all the bad press about them. Meghan also admitted that life has been lonely since she married into the royal family.

According to a high-level palace courtier, Queen Elizabeth immediately called in the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after watching the documentary. During their private meeting, the Queen confronted the couple about their false claims and asked them to keep their personal issues to themselves next time.

“She called the couple to her private quarters immediately after the documentary aired,” the source said. “In a shocking showdown, she told them to ‘get a grip’ and stop claiming they’d single-handedly modernized the monarchy. She told Meghan it might be okay to be so open in hippy-dippy Hollywood, but royals keep their private feelings just that---private,” it added.

The Queen was, reportedly, particularly outraged by the fact that they spilled their guts like no other royal has done before. The Queen, allegedly, perceived Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as whiners and hypocrites, worse than Princess Diana who also graced a tell-all interview in 1995 to expose Prince Charles’ illicit affair with Camilla Parker-Bowles.

The source revealed that, despite Queen Elizabeth’s immense love for her grandson, Prince Harry, she could not afford to be just too forgiving. “Her Majesty called their bluff!” the source said. “She told them that she was delighted with their decision and couldn’t wait for them to leave.”

Queen Elizabeth, reportedly, exploded all the more when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle dug their heels in instead of begging her forgiveness. After the confrontation, the royal couple, reportedly, insisted they wanted out of the royal fishbowl and demanded a six-week break from their royal duties to chill and see what the U.S. has to offer them.

queen elizabeth meghan-markle-prince-harry Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex are pictured on July 10, 2018 in London. Chris Jackson/Getty Images