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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made headlines last year as they stepped down from their royal roles, lost their HRH titles and relocated to California with their son Archie.
The Sussexes have faced a wave of backlash from the public since their split from the royals. And according to sources, they have ruffled a lot of feathers within the palace walls too, with other working royals now put under pressure, namely Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Yes, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were said to be feeling the pressure more than most, with the former Fab Four made the subject of ongoing rumours of fallouts ever since they split their households, something Prince Harry confirmed in his interview with Oprah.
While there are now rumours that Harry and William are putting the drama behind them, it has been reported that Harry has spent less time with William's youngest son Louis than the other Cambridge children due to tensions.
'The brothers went from always making time for each other to barely spending any time together,' Finding Freedom authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand explained, per The Mirror. 'Harry had always loved popping across the grounds of the palace to see Charlotte and George, bringing them gifts including an electronic SUV for his nephew and a tricycle for Charlotte.'
The authors went on to explain however that 'those visits came to a halt by that summer of 2017'. In fact, according to the biography, 'Harry spent less time with Prince Louis than the others because of the growing tension between him and his brother after the baby’s birth.'
This reportedly came from both brothers, with the biography explaining that 'the distance came in both directions'. They explain: 'Harry spent less time going over to see the children but the invites from William and Kate were the first to dry up.'
Prince William and Prince Harry reunited last weekend to attend Prince Philip's funeral together and there are hopes of the brothers reuniting later this summer to unveil a statue of Princess Diana as a pair.
We're hoping for a reunion soon!
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