But royal journalist Christina Garibaldi has indicated that William is ready to give his brother one last chance.
“William believes Harry chose fame over his family,” says the royal expert.
A source tells us that William feels that Harry has grown big since moving to California, America, and that this success and Hollywood have gone his mind.
She added, “He has already accused him of seeking fame after the interview with the American journalist, but he is willing to give Harry one last chance to prove his loyalty to his family.”
This comes after the heir to the Prince of Wales Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge William and Kate Middleton appointed permanent officials to oversee their public relationship.
Simon Enwright, currently Director of Communications for the Health Care Authority and Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the BBC, will join Prince Charles’ residence at Clarence House to take charge of public relations.
Meanwhile, Victoria Auburn, Healthcare Director of Public Relations, will join Prince William and his wife, Kate, at Kingston Mansion.
Both are expected to begin in May as they are tasked with repairing the royal family’s reputation after shocking allegations the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made in their interview.
The Duke of Cambridge felt as though his brother had “angered” the Queen and acted “in an insulting and disrespectful manner” after the surprise launch of “Sussex Royal” last year, according to a high-ranking royal source.
“The Times” reported that the announcement of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, which outlined their own plans for the future, bothered William greatly before the royal family met to negotiate the terms of their exit from the royal family, “Megan Exit” or “Megxette”.
After a decree from the Queen, the couple admitted that they could not use the word “royal” for personal projects, but they said that the monarchy “has no jurisdiction” outside the United Kingdom .. A royal source told The Times that the content of Harry and Meghan’s response was “amazing” .
He added, “This was for William, he felt they confused the Queen in an insulting and disrespectful way.”
William’s friends also denied Harry’s claims during his interview with Oprah Winfrey that William felt “trapped” as a member of the royal family.
They told The Times: “He has a defined path for him and he fully accepts his role. He is very much the grandson of his grandmother with respect to duty and service.”