MEGHAN Markle asked Prince Harry to snub the royal family’s traditional Christmas pheasant shoot, a source has claimed.
The pregnant Duchess of Sussex, 37, has apparently raised an issue with Harry, 34, killing “defenceless animals”.
Pregnant Meghan Markle reportedly asked Prince Harry to snub the traditional Boxing Day shoot[/caption]
Harry has participated in the shoot for more than 20 years, alongside brother William.
But as the royal rift reportedly deepens, Harry is apparently set to spend time with Meghan because “he loves her so much”.
A source told the Sunday Mirror: “In his mind, William sees this as another concerning example of his younger brother being pulled away from his family by his new wife.
“But now it looks like Harry’s shooting days are over.”
The shooting apparently gave the brothers a chance to “bond”.
But now it seems William will go with Prince Charles and his son George.
It comes as Harry and mum-to-be Meghan turned down the option of staying at Wills and Kate’s Norfolk home Anmer Hall for Christmas.
And The Sun revealed Harry and Meghan, are moving to Windsor — more than 30 miles away from Wills and Kate, both 36, in Kensington Palace.
Christmas at Sandringham is a highly traditional affair — with Princess Diana famously finding it stuffy and claustrophobic[/caption]
Kate was said to have been left in tears over Princess Charlotte’s bridesmaid dress for Meghan and Harry’s wedding in May[/caption]
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The two brothers have reportedly fallen out while Kate was said to have been left in tears over Princess Charlotte’s bridesmaid dress for Meghan and Harry’s wedding in May.
The royal wives have found themselves at the centre of a rift storm after it was reported that Meghan was “difficult” and demanding of her staff.
The former Suits star was branded “dictatorial” and say she emails them instructions as early as 5am.
Household staff were reportedly left astounded when she demanded air fresheners to fix the “musty” smell at St George’s Chapel before her wedding, but Buckingham Palace officials said no.
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