Queen Elizabeth II appears to be unhappy about the way things are going with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The fact that they gave an interview which breaks with royal tradition has made the monarch take steps to make sure that they don’t create more problems for the royal family.

Prince Harry and Markle broke the policy of the royal family of keeping a stiff upper lip by discussing their problems with the media. What is being seen as worse is that the interviews were released at a time when Prince William and Kate Middleton were on a tour to Pakistan, and that trip may have been overshadowed by the interview.

The Queen has now asked Prince Harry and Markle to move their office, which is currently at the Kensington Palace with Prince William and Middleton. The new home for their office will be at the Buckingham Palace, and the movie will happen by the end of the year, Express reported.

The move is believed to have been a deliberate step by the Queen’s office. With Prince Harry and Markle at the Buckingham Palace, there will be better coordination about what they do, and the monarch will not be surprised by unannounced events like the baby shower the Duchess of Sussex planned on her own.

The Queen reportedly wants Prince Harry and his wife to coordinate their efforts with the rest of the household and to make sure that they don’t get “an Independent State of Frogmore.” The royal couple has a separate communications staff, but that staff is a part of the Buckingham Palace communications team.

While making sure that Prince Harry and Markle don’t do anything unexpected, the Queen has also been sympathetic to their challenges. While the monarch didn’t publicly say anything, the official Royal Family Twitter account liked a tweet of a fan who defended the Duchess of Sussex, Express reported.

Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Kate Middleton Queen Elizabeth II waves from the balcony of Buckingham Palace flanked by Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (L); Prince William (2R); and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, (R) as they celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in London on June 5, 2012. STEFAN WERMUTH/AFP/GettyImages