In a move no one saw coming, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have pulled out of a joint project with the Cambridge's.
The two couple's had worked together to create the Royal Foundation, however it has now been reported that the Sussexes will no longer be involved in the charitable cause.
"Things did get bad between the brothers (William and Harry) and they didn't see each other privately for a number of months after the royal wedding," a source told The Sun.
"Certainly the animosity over status, money and Meghan meant that the split in their joint households had to be brought forward much more quickly than anticipated, so perhaps it was inevitable that their joint charity has to be slit too."
The source continued: Meghan and Harry want to do things differently to William and Kate. William is future king and so is sometimes restricted in what he can do.
"The Sussexes want the flexibility of more commercial decisions."
Meanwhile, another royal insider told the publication: "The Sussexes weren't in a rush to make any changes, but the Cambridge's were. However it's a complex procedure and very sensitive.
"Nothing will be done quickly and it'll be a phased untangling of many of the joint initiatives, not an overnight chop."