Prince William "threw Harry out" after "fierce and bitter" argument
The drama never ends.
The drama amongst the royals seems never ending, and there's always more just around the corner.
When it was revealed back in 2019 that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were to split from Prince William and Kate Middleton's charity and begin their own, the drama behind the scenes was tense.
Historian Robert Lacey revealed in his book Battle of Brothers: The Inside Story of a Family in Tumult that the rift between William and Harry was at its height in October 2018.
In the new chapters added to the book published in The Times, Lacey wrote that a senior palace aide claimed that Meghan was bullying staff, which William confronted Harry about leading to a "fierce and bitter" argument.
Lacey wrote: "When Harry flared up in furious defense of his wife, the elder brother persisted. Harry shut off his phone angrily, so William went to speak to him personally. The prince was horrified by what he had just been told about Meghan's alleged behavior, and he wanted to hear what Harry had to say. The showdown between the brothers was fierce and bitter."
A friend then told Lacey that the fight is what made William choose to remove his brother and sister in law from their joint office, saying: "William threw Harry out."
It was also said that William was cautious of Meghan, and told a friend that he believed she had an "agenda", with Kate also being "wary" of the actress.
It was these claims that the Duchess of Sussex was bullying staffers that only confirmed William's feelings about her.
While the drama only got worse from there, the brothers are still not on the best of terms, but spent time together in April at Prince Phillip's funeral.
The pair will see each other once again next month when they attend the unveiling of a Princess Diana statue for what would've been her 60th birthday in Kensington Palace.