The battle lines have been drawn - and it looks like Prince Harry is the clear underdog.
WATCH: WILLIAM AND HARRY KEEP THEIR DISTANCE AT FAMILY CELEBRATIONS
When the Royal Family was pictured arrived at Easter Sunday mass in Windsor, the images were telling.
Prince William was flanked by his wife Kate Middleton, cousin Zara Tindall and her husband Mike, plus Princess Beatrice and her father Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward and his wife Sophie.
Is this proof that the family are Team William all the way?
After news broke of a rift between the once inseparable brothers, a Vanity Fair source exposed the dysfunction brewing behind the Palace walls.
"Harry felt William wasn’t rolling out the red carpet for Meghan and told him so,” the source explained, following on from whispers that Wills warned his younger brother about getting serious with the American actress."
Then, The Sun reported that Kate reprimanded Meghan after she spoke rudely to Palace staff, which only heightened tensions between the brothers.
"Her and Kate fell out when she b******ed Kate’s staff," a source told the newspaper.
A royal source explained at the time: "Meghan has very high standards and is used to working in a Hollywood environment."
Now, with Meghan and Harry's first child due to arrive at any moment, can the former "awesome foursome" call a truce?