Kate and Meghan’s backgrounds to blame for ‘fab four’ split

Kate and Meghan’s backgrounds to blame for ‘fab four’ split

Speaking about Harry and Meghan splitting from William and Kate's charity, Levin said that Prince Harry told her that he only wanted to work with the Royal Foundation on mental health issues and "wanted to do other projects that didn't involve that".

The Royal Foundation was established in 2009 to assist Prince William and Prince Harry in their charity endeavours and was used as the main channel of supporting their charitable grants.

The royals will continue to work on joint projects, such as the Heads Together campaign.

The Duke of Cambridge turned 37 on Friday, June 21, and the official Kensington Royal Instagram page shared a sweet photo of William smiling into the camera to thank followers for the birthday wishes.

The statement on the Royal Foundation said: "Later this year the Royal Foundation will become the principal charitable and philanthropic vehicle for The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge".

There was no equivalent for Prince William, amid rumours of an ongoing rift between him and Kate and Harry and Meghan.

Naturally, many have interpreted the news as a sign of discord among the iconic "Fab Four", as the group has been dubbed. But one wish which is grabbing all the limelight is Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wish for the future prince.

Prince William's childhood was documented in endless detail and by the time he next appeared on the steps of the Lindo Wing, to visit his baby brother Harry following his arrival in September 1984, he was one of the most famous people in the world.

The name arose after the four took to the stage together at the first - and so far only - Royal Foundation forum in London in February 2018. "The Duke of Cambridge is second in line to the throne".

"Really Harry and Meghan, you could of [sic] done a little better", another person proclaimed.

They added that the "Sussexes have a little more freedom and flexibility".

They have already formally separated their households, with the Sussexes relocating their staff and offices from Kensington Palace to Buckingham Palace earlier this year. A name has not yet been chosen for the new foundation.

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