The queen is not impressed by the & # 39; alleged feud & # 39; between the grandsons William and Harry

The queen is not impressed by the & # 39; alleged feud & # 39; between grandsons William and Harry, royal author Ingrid Stewart claims

  • Ingrid Seward, royal editor, said the queen does not care about the alleged feud
  • Also claims that, despite the brothers' failure, they will not interfere in their lives
  • It is thought that the alleged feud began between them earlier this year
  • The brothers also separated their royal charity duties this year
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A royal editor claims that the queen is not impressed by the apparent feud of Prince William and Harry and will not interfere.

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, spoke with Fantastic magazine and claimed that the queen likes family disputes.

She said: & Her Majesty does not care about the alleged quarrel between her grandchildren William and Harry, that would make her very sad. But she would never interfere with their lives. & # 39;

It is believed that the alleged feud between them began earlier this year after much speculation that their wives, the Duchess of Sussex and Cambridge, were on bad terms with each other.

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Rumors of a breach between Prince William and Harry were further fueled when the news about their royal foundation splits came to light this month.

A royal editor claims that the queen is not impressed by the apparent feud of Prince William and Harry and will not interfere.

A royal editor claims that the queen is not impressed by the apparent feud of Prince William and Harry and will not interfere.

Rumors of a breach between Prince William and Harry were further fueled when the news about their royal foundation splits came to light this month

Rumors of a breach between Prince William and Harry were further fueled when the news about their royal foundation splits came to light this month

Rumors of a breach between Prince William and Harry were further fueled when the news about their royal foundation splits came to light this month

The royal editor added that in order not to get involved, the queen prefers to spend time with granddaughter Zara Tindall and her husband Mike.

Ingrid said: & # 39; They are certainly a slight relief. She can be herself around them. & # 39;

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Last week it was confirmed that Harry and Meghan will distance themselves from the Royal Foundation, which was founded in 2009 – the final step in the distribution of the public tasks of the couples.

William and Kate remain with the original charity, which will be renamed the Royal Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Foundation.

Yesterday Ingrid also revealed that The Queen & # 39; not an intimate relationship & # 39; has a relationship with the Duchess of Cambridge, but the Duchess of Sussex makes her laugh

Yesterday Ingrid also revealed that The Queen & # 39; not an intimate relationship & # 39; has a relationship with the Duchess of Cambridge, but the Duchess of Sussex makes her laugh

Yesterday Ingrid also revealed that The Queen & # 39; not an intimate relationship & # 39; has with the Duchess of Cambridge – but the Duchess of Sussex & # 39; makes her laugh

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge at the first Royal Foundation Forum in central London last February

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge at the first Royal Foundation Forum in central London last February

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge at the first Royal Foundation Forum in central London last February

Over the years, the charity has focused on nature conservation and mental health, as well as on supporting the armed forces and young people.

There is speculation that Meghan and Harry may want to work overseas, possibly in the home of the Duchess of America and Africa, a continent that Harry is passionate about where his Sentebale charity organization is based on.

Yesterday Ingrid also revealed that The Queen & # 39; not an intimate relationship & # 39; has with the Duchess of Cambridge – but the Duchess of Sussex & # 39; makes her laugh.

The expert then discussed what Kate, 37, and Her Majesty, 93, would have in common alongside their royal duties, claiming that their relationship was much more formal

It is thought that the alleged feud between the brothers began earlier this year after much speculation that their wives were the Duchess of Sussex and Cambridge at odds with each other
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It is thought that the alleged feud between the brothers began earlier this year after much speculation that their wives were the Duchess of Sussex and Cambridge at odds with each other

It is thought that the alleged feud between the brothers began earlier this year after much speculation that their wives were the Duchess of Sussex and Cambridge at odds with each other

Meghan, also 37, showed her growing bond with the queen when they performed their first official engagements together in Cheshire on June 18 last year, just a month after her marriage.

They seemed to be famous as Meghan giggled and whispered in the Queen's ear as she watched a children's show at the opening of a bridge over the River Mersey in Widnes.

The royal editor also emphasized that although the Monarch has a close relationship with Prince William and Prince Harry, they do not see each other often.

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While getting to know William when he was in school in Eton and fond of Harry & # 39; s sense of humor, she is the one with whom she spends the most time with whom she has the closest connection.

The MailOnline has contacted Buckingham Palace for comments.

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