According to The Sun, William and Harry's strained relationship was partly to blame for this outcome, although things have gotten better between the brothers since Harry and Meghan got their own office and staff in Buckingham Palace.
“Things did get very bad between the brothers and they didn’t see each other privately for a number of months after the royal wedding," a separate royal source said. “Certainly the animosity over status, money, and Meghan meant that the split in their joint households had to be brought forward much more quickly than anticipated, so perhaps it was inevitable that their joint charity has to be split too."
The source also adds that Meghan and Harry are keen "to do things differently to William and Kate," and have the ability to because Harry is not in direct line for the throne.
"The brothers’ relationship has vastly improved since their working lives have separated," the source adds.
Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace declined to comment on The Sun's report, while a spokesperson for the Royal Foundation said, “There is a review underway and no decision has been taken.”
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