There is a clear split in the British Royal Family, with brothers Prince William and Prince Harry not entirely seeing eye-to-eye ever since the younger brother moved to America with his wife, Meghan Markle.
The rift between the brothers stems from comments made by both Harry and Markle in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Whilst there has been a suspension of hostilities in the period of mourning following Queen Elizabeth II‘s death, that is only temporary and Prince William has been advised to travel to America in order to limit the popularity of his younger brother.
In a report published by The Sun, it is understood that an unnamed Royal insider has told Royal biographer, Angela Levin, that the popularity of Harry and Meghan in America is a problem.
“The Sussexes are more liked in America than in the UK, which can damage not only Charles and Camilla but the whole monarchy,” Levin quoted her source in a new book about Camilla, the Queen Consort.
“The American issue has to be dealt with.
“The Cambridges have to go to the US to show who the real stars are, as will the Queen Consort and King Charles.”