Transcript for The Royal family in crisis mode after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle defy the Queen
Next to the fallout following prince Harry and Meghan's announcement. Tom. All right, janai. The queen not happy, said to be hosting crisis talks next tweak find a solution. Reporter: Tonight the monarchy in crisis mode. A palace source telling ABC news the queen will host a summit at her sandringham estate on Monday to decide the future of Harry, Meghan, and their role in the royal family. Her majesty will meet with prince Charles, prince William, and prince Harry to discuss quote, a range of possibilities. This is the first time Harry comes face-to-face with his three family members. Meghan is expected to join by phone. Reporter: Harry and Meghan defied the queen with that bombshell announcement that they wanted to step back at senior Royals. The queen, seen driving yesterday wants that handled quickly, in days, not weeks. She wants to show the nation that she has a handle on this situation. It's also important to please Harry and Meghan because it's obvious they're unhappy. Reporter: One major topic, the issue of money. Harry and Meghan say they will work to become financially independent. They reportedly intend to give up their taxpayer funded allowance, but weather prince Charles, who provides the bulk of their money, will continue to fund the couple, remains to be seen. Since Harry and Meghan announced their hopes to split their time between the uk and north America, both the British and Canadian governments are being consulted as part of ongoing negotiations. The cost of their security and who pays likely high on the agenda. Tom? Julia Macfarlane with news of that summit tonight.
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