William and Kate ‘relieved’ when Meghan and Harry left for US

Prince William and his wife Kate were “relieved” when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left for the United States, royal sources claim.

Sun The Prince and Princess of Wales reportedly felt a “sense of relief” when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided to give up royal life to move to California because “the drama is gone.”

A source told Vanity Fair this was largely because William still can’t forgive his brother for splitting the royal family.

A storm is said to be brewing among the firm as King Charles reportedly considers stripping the children of Sussex, Archie and Lilibet, of their prince and princess titles.

The decision to appoint a new king is said to depend on the content of Harry’s next memoir, due to be published in the New Year.

This is set to rekindle a line originally set by refusing to allow HRH titles to their children.

This decision clearly infuriated Sussex.

The tell-all book was scheduled for December, but was postponed after the late Queen’s death.

The content was reported to be “explosive”, and palace officials claim they were “blinded” by the release of the memoir.

Harry and Meghan have also signed up to produce a historic documentary about their ‘love story’ with giant streaming Netflix.

There have reportedly been attempts by both sides to heal the rift, but without success.

An insider recently claimed that Queen Camilla “spit out the tea” after being shocked by Harry’s suggestion to use an arbitrator to resolve the dispute.

She is believed to have denounced the proposal as “absurd” and said that the family should work it out on their own.

That comes after the Queen’s heartbreaking reaction to the family split was revealed by a royal insider.

A source close to Her Majesty claimed that she was “hurt and exhausted” by the “Megxit” story.

This article was originally Sun Reprinted with permission

William and Kate ‘relieved’ when Meghan and Harry left for US

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