Harry reportedly thought William 'wasn't rolling out red carpet' for Meghan during engagement
The two have allegedly developed a rift between them following Prince Harry’s wedding with Meghan Markle.
According to a report from Daily Mail, Prince Harry ‘fell out’ with his brother Prince William for his lack of effort toward making his then fiancé, Markle, feel welcome into the Royal Family.
The source alleged that Prince Harry believed the Duke of Cambridge had not been “rolling out the red carpet” for Meghan following their engagement.
34-year-old Harry was disappointed because he felt his brother wasn’t making enough efforts to make Markle a part of the family, an insider told the Daily Mail.
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Eventually, Prince Charles intervened and tried to mend the relationship between the brothers during the Christmas period.
Allegedly, it was his intervention that led to William and Kate inviting Harry and Markle to spend Christmas with them at their Norfolk home
Harry and Markle stayed at Anmer Hall, Norfolk and later joined the Queen as well as rest of the royal family at Sandringham for Christmas Day.
The report has further fueled the ongoing rumors that there has been some kind of differences between the Cambridges and the Sussexes after Harry and Markle announced that they would be leaving Kensington Palace to take residence in Frogmore Cottage.
Meanwhile, another insider spoke with Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl and claimed that the issues are rife “between the brothers.”
Another source for Daily Mail further revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex are two “very different people” and have very little in common. However, they have so far made an effort to get along.
Kensington Palace announced earlier this week that Harry and Markle would be moving to Frogmore Cottage, Windsor, prior to the arrival of their first child in the Spring.
According to the source, it was previously widely speculated that the Sussexes would be moving into Apartment 1, at Kensington Palace, which is next to the Cambridges’ 22-room home.