A royal expert has revealed that & # 39; tension & # 39; between royal households & # 39; could become a problem in the future & # 39 ;.
Camilla Tominey appeared this morning and warned that problems are imminent, with William and Kate desperate not to be overshadowed, while Harry and Meghan want to remain relevant.
Rival attempts to attract public attention from the young royal family members prompted senior figures from the Royal Family to call for better coordination of the diary earlier this week.
The royal expert told presenters Holly and Phil: & # 39; What you have is a pair that doesn't want to be overshadowed, and a pair that doesn't want to be sidelined. & # 39;
Cambridge's royal Instagram account shared several photos of Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children at the Chelsea Flower Show at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Meghan and Prince Harry appeared in the media after welcoming their first son Archie Harrison two weeks ago
Earlier this week, both the Cambridges and the Sussex shared intimate photos of their family life, as Prince Harry and Meghan celebrated their birthday, and the Cambridges attended the Chelsea Flower Show.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge placed photos of their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis in the new garden of Kate Middleton during the Chelsea Flower Show.
A few hours before the event, Harry and Meghan had celebrated their first wedding anniversary by unveiling a collection of photos behind the scenes of their wedding day.
Camilla Tomliney opened up about the collision on This Morning, and said that social media clashes caused a little tension.
Camilla suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan like to remain relevant and a & # 39; sprinkle of star dust & # 39; to have
The royal expert told Holly and Phil that the clashes between royal households could be a problem & # 39; and that they would come forward
She added: “It looks like, why would you release photos that [the newspapers] all want to walk, it looks like there is a collision.
& # 39; I think this will be the problem as you progress. & # 39;
The two households had previously been rumored to be involved in a breach, and are now working on what looks like a game of unification.
The Sussex Royal account posted the photos & # 39; s in the early hours of Sunday morning around 5:00 am, this is while the Kensington Palace account posted the photos & # 39; s around 10:00 pm last night.
Camilla revealed that skirmishes could cause problems in the future, as both couples try to stay relevant and are worried about being overshadowed
Prince Harry and Meghan have a popular Instagram account that has collected more than 8 million followers in just a few months
During the Chelsea Flower show, the three children were seen together in the garden designed by their mother, to inspire parents and children to get back into the fresh air.
Earlier that day, Harry and Meghan marked their wedding day with a photo montage on their official Instagram account.
Despite indications that there was little they could have done to make the wedding anniversary overlap with the flower show, courtiers said there had been times when it was clear that a couple had overshadowed another's work.
Camilla went further: & # 39; We've already had a situation with the fear of overshadowing Prince Charles. Charles and Camilla have felt a sandwich generation – overshadowed by Queen, and overshadowed by younger members of the royal family among them. & # 39;
Camilla revealed that the clash is not & # 39; sinister & # 39; was, but also added that it could cause problems for the couples
She suggested that Prince William and Kate Middleton do not want to be overshadowed because they are the future king and queen
She suggested that it is not & # 39; sinister & # 39; was and explained: & # 39; William and Kate are a future king and queen who want to stay relevant and not be overshadowed.
& # 39; The Sussex & # 39; s have a star-like star dust due to the transatlantic nature of their relationship and the glamor of Meghan. But they are much further in the pecking order. So how do they maintain their relevance? & # 39;
& # 39; So what you have is a pair that doesn't want to be overshadowed, and a pair that doesn't want to be sidelined. It means they are both trying to get their message across. & # 39;
A source told it earlier this week Daily Express that the Cambridge & # 39; s and Sussex & # 39; s, who split up their household earlier this year prior to the arrival of baby Archie, would also focus on their favorite goals.
Camilla suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan have a & # 39; sprinkle of star dust & # 39; and wanted to stay relevant
According to the Express, palace officials say they regularly hold planning meetings, but there will inevitably be daily confrontations.
Sources have also acknowledged that there have been times when every household was unaware of what the other was doing.
Last week Prince William launched a campaign to use football to encourage men to talk about their emotions. At the same time, clips from Meghan & # 39; s friends started giving interviews to an American documentary about how they felt she had been treated unfairly.
On another occasion, Kate and William had also launched a 24-hour national text helpline for people in an emotional crisis, in a campaign that both Meghan and Harry would have supported, but who were not present.
It comes amid rumors of tension between the two couples, after the split of the royal households last year
Ingrid Seward, who works for the Majesty magazine, said that the publicity urge of the houses has blown over and that they are all extremely popular figures.
& # 39; Since they separated their work offices, their schedules have been in conflict with each other, "she said.
She added: & # 39; The result is that they can simultaneously promote important goals. This is something that the royal family has always tried to ensure that this never happened.
& # 39; That of course happened in the days of Diana, but since then they have tried to work as a unit for the sole purpose of supporting the aging monarch while she is busy with her many duties. The monarch is intended as an institution, all members work together, no individual popularity competition & # 39 ;.
MailOnline contacted Kensington Palace for comment, but these were not available when they were contacted.
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