Meghan Markle has sent a clear message about the rumours of a rift between her husband Prince Harry and her brother-in-law Prince William.
The Duchess of Sussex shared a touching collage on the Sussex Royals Instagram account as part of her birthday message for the Duke of Sussex this week.
The collage was filled with photos of his Royal Highness as a child, visiting schools, his time in the army, with his mother Princess Diana and several other memories.
However, the one particular picture in the set left celebrity psychologist Jo Hemmings surprised.
The third image in the collage - which is of Prince Harry and Prince William in 2000 on the 100th birthday celebrations of the Queen Mother - is the only photo that includes the Duke of Cambridge.
Hemmings believes Meghan - who shares son Archie with Harry - used the photo to make a "curated message" that is "loud and clear."
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"It doesn’t paint William in the best light because there are loads of pictures of them being very brotherly together and that isn’t one of them," the psychologist told Express.
"Harry looks very solemn. It looks like he’s perhaps being teased by his older brother and not liking it much. He’s staring straight ahead, obviously irritated by William," she added.
Hemmings claims the image was an "odd" choice considering the "millions of photos to choose from where they look like they’ve got that solid camaraderie."
"It might reflect their relationship now, but it certainly didn’t reflect their relationship then," she added.
Comparatively, the Kensington Royal Instagram account - which belongs to Prince William and Kate Middleton - used a photo of Prince William and Prince Harry sharing a laugh in their birthday post for the Duke.
"Wishing a very happy birthday to The Duke of Sussex today!" the Instagram post read.
Penny Junor, a royal author, wrote in The Daily Mail that Harry and William’s relationship has “clearly soured”.
"How desperately sad it is to see these two families, the Cambridges and the Sussexes, pitted against one another," she said.
"Even allowing for some media hype, there is clearly something awry with the once 'Fab Four.'
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