Prince William Reportedly Thinks Prince Harry's Ego Is Out Of Control

The royal drama between Prince Harry and Prince William is seemingly never-ending, especially given the contents of Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired on CBS on March 7. If you'll recall, Markle, Harry, and Oprah dished about everything royal, including the unfair treatment Meghan at the hands of the UK media and royal family, the heart-wrenching admission that the Duchess of Sussex had suicidal thoughts, and the jaw-dropping conversations that royal family members had about what the color of baby Archie's skin tone would be before he was even born.

While it's no secret that Prince Harry and Prince William haven't been on the best of terms since Harry and Meghan's exit from the royal family in March 2020, tension between the brothers has been at an all-time high ever since the Oprah interview, and now royal insiders are saying that Prince William is basically fed up with his brother's new lifestyle — and his ego.

Prince William reportedly thinks Prince Harry is choosing "fame over family"

Speaking to Us Weekly, a royal insider shared details about ongoing drama between Prince Harry and Prince William, and, to be honest, it doesn't sound like the brothers — who "haven't seen each other in over a year" — are on the path to reconciling their relationship any time soon. "The conversation Harry and William had after the big interview didn't end well," the source alleged. "William feels that Harry has gotten too big for his boots since moving to California — that success and Hollywood have gone to his head. He's already accused [Harry] of putting fame over family after the big interview."

While Prince Harry has yet to respond to Prince William's accusations about his ego and supposedly putting fame over family, another source close to the royal family believes their "relationship will heal in time" (via People). "Once he [Prince William] got over the anger of how things happened, he was left with the absence of his brother," adds another source. "They shared everything about their lives, an office, a foundation, meetings together most days and there was a lot of fun along the way. He'll miss it forever."