The Queen 'does not care for the alleged feud' between her grandsons William and Harry, a royal expert has claimed. Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, has reportedly said it would make Her Majesty feel sad but she would not interfere. The royal expert also says amid the rumours, the Queen finds the company of her granddaughter Zara Tindall and her husband Mike 'light relief'. Speaking to the Sun, Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, said, "Her Majesty does not care for the alleged feuding amongst her grandchildren William and Harry. That would make her very sad. But she would never interfere with their lives."
The royal expert also claimed the Queen preferred the company of her granddaughter Zara Tindall and her husband Mike."They are certainly light relief. She can be herself around them." Rumours of an apparent feud between brothers William and Harry were heightened after the announcement The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are splitting from their joint charity with The Cambridges. Earlier this month the Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed they are leaving the Royal Foundation and setting up their own charity. William and Kate will remain with the original charity, which will be renamed the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge later this year.
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The foundation said the move was taken to 'better align' the couples' charitable activities. There had been rumours for weeks that the Royal Foundation would be divided after Harry and Meghan moved to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor and split their household from Will and Kate earlier this year. Meghan and Harry launched their own Instagram account - @sussexroyal shifted their offices from Kensington Palace to Buckingham Palace and hired a separate head of communications. Read More