Prince William And Prince Harry's Rift Could Have Led The Sussexes To Skip Christmas With The Queen, According To Reports

Date November 18, 2019 13:53

Could Prince William and Prince Harry's rift be a reason for the Sussexes skipping Christmas in the UK, far from the royal family? Sadly, but yes, it is likely.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they would be taking a six-week break from royal duties and would spend Christmas with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, in California. Though the reports claimed the Queen was hurt to hear such a statement, there might be additional causes for the couple's decision.

Prince William and Prince Harry's rift

After months of speculations about the royal brother's drama, the gingerhead royal "confirmed" the rumors.

Moreover, a source told Us Weekly exclusively that Prince William and Prince Harry's feud has led the Sussexes to spend Christmas far from the royal family.

The source explained:

Harry and Meghan are having a small Christmas with just immediate family instead of spending it at Sandringham. The rift between William and Harry is one of the main reasons behind their decision.

The drama surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has caused a tremendous amount of stress, so they are placing their family as the top priority for a while.

They are still brothers

The future King mentioned his younger brother Harry after the latter claimed they are "on different paths." Last week, the Cambridge couple attended the Shout event, during which the Duke delivered an emotional speech.

Catherine and I, and I know I speak for Harry and Meghan as well, couldn't be more proud of what Shout has accomplished and what you are still to accomplish.

Prince William and Prince Harry might be distant right now, but they will still consider each other brothers. They shared the same pain over the loss of their mother, and they struggled together side by side — such things are never forgotten or lost.