PRINCE Harry fell out with his older brother after Prince William not "roll out the red carpet" for Meghan, a mutual friend has claimed.
The comments were posted between Cambridges and Sussex as Prince Harry and Meghan are set to re-locate to Frogmore Cottage.
The insider claimed to be Vanity Fair, Harry, 34, believed William, 36, wasn't making an effort to welcome Meghan into the royal family following their engagement.
The source said: "Harry felt William was not rolling out the red carpet for Meghan and told him so.
"They had a bit of a fall out which was only resolved when Charles stepped in and asked William to make an effort. That's when the Cambridges invited the Sussex to spend Christmas with them."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stayed at Anmer Hall, Norfolk, last Christmas, and joined the Queen and the Rest of the Royal Family at nearby Sandringham for Christmas Day.
The source went on to say Kate and Meghan were very different people and had a lot in common but they had an effort to get along, and any issues were between the brothers.
This week's earlier we exclusively revealed the Sussexes are set to leave Kensington Palace.
Kensington Palace have been approached for comment on the report.
An insider told the Daily Mail: 'The idea of two of them as' the boys', the brothers doing everything together and living in each other's pockets, but hasn't really existed for some time.
The insider said the pair had grown apart, and despite being closer than most siblings Harry was "stepping back".
"Harry has been married and is about to become a father, so it's a good time for him to be planning his own future. There is no acrimony."
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The move to Frogmore House is partially driven by the couple's desire to raise their son or daughter out of the spotlight.
The couple was confirmed to be considering the setting up of 1 at Kensington Palace, next door to William and Kate..
Yesterday it was reported that security would be beefed up at Frogmore Cottage with a possible price tag of £ 5million, Kate was driven to tears over Meghan's demands for the flower girl dress.
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