Rumours are rife that the Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton rift has been going on for quite some time, but is there any truth in the claims?
According to body language expert Judi James, tension between the pair dates back as early as February this year.
She was asked by The Sun to look at footage of the ‘fab four’ during the Royal Foundation Forum and Judi cited difficulties between the pair.
“Despite some superficial postural mirroring here the clues to potential difficulties or rifts were displayed verbally and in the group's body language,” she said.
“The two women's reactions are strong here. Kate swings her chair away from Meghan to laugh directly at her husband.
“Meghan 'hides' from Kate by dropping her head so her hair masks her face from Kate while she laughs behind it.”
Judi also noted that the women turned away from each other after being asked a question, giving away ‘signs of discomfort’ between them.
And it wasn’t just the girls that seemed to display levels of tension between them, according to Judi, the boys were also showing animosity.
“Asked a very direct question about disagreements even the normally masked Prince William gives a surprisingly direct 'oh yes' answer,” she said.
“He sits using some anxious finger fiddling while Harry, sitting splayed and slightly arrogant, throws him a very direct stare.”
Harry has in the past talked of the foursome's differences.
“I think it’s really good that we’ve got four different personalities, and we’ve all got that same passion to want to make a difference, but you know … different opinions,” he said.
“Working with family, of course it has its challenges … But look, we’re stuck together for the rest of our lives.”