Tensions increased between the royal wives after the Duchess of Sussex had to accept that she would not be married to the next king, allegedly.
The Mirror says that a number of incidents have taken place in the first few months of joining the royal family.
This would have prompted the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to leave Kensington Palace and move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
It was believed that the two couples got along well at first At first, especially Kate and Meghan after the Duchess of Cambridge did her best to make the former actress feel as welcoming as possible.
But in a new memoir written by Tom Quinn and published in series by the Daily Mail, a palace insider says that tensions between the two young royal couples were to arise, especially when Meghan had to accept that she was not married to a man who would become king. .
They added: “Being a royal goes to the head of everyone eventually – and after a while, William and Harry would meet without their wives to avoid the stony rows and silences. “
The source claimed that Harry and Meghan’s initial move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor was triggered when Meghan yelled at a staff member from Kate.
And the Duchess of Cambridge would have been horrified by Meghan’s approach.
The source said: “Like many people who are not used to dealing with servants, Meghan exaggerates the urgency; so on the one hand, she wants to be like Diana, the princess of the people, and on the other, she wants people to be attentive when she clicks on her fingers. “
The incident is believed to have sparked discussions about the departure of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from Kensington Palace.
Meghan’s attitude towards staff quickly led to a collection of unflattering nicknames, including Me-Gain ‘, the’ Duchess of Difficult ‘and even’ Di 2 ‘or’ Di Lite ‘, it is said.
Many of the staff, who didn’t know what to do with the American Duchess, seemed relieved when she and Harry walked away, says Quinn’s book.
This meant that a completely renovated house at Kensington Palace was completely unused.
Taxpayers have also spent more than £ 2 million to work on the chalet where the Sussexes moved, although Harry and Meghan have since said they will pay it back after abandoning the property for a living in Los Angeles. .
Harry and Meghan made the announcement earlier this year, revealing that they would step down from their prominent roles in the royal family to spend more time across the pond.
The pair were spotted in Los Angeles and recently delivered packages to vulnerable families forced to isolate themselves.
Our sister sister Mirror Online approached Kensington Palace and representatives of Harry and Meghan for comments.