Prince William saved Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in once incident.

According to royal commentator Omid Scobie, the Duke of Cambridge stepped in and fought for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a dispute with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles. The Queen and Prince of Wales wanted to limit Prince Harry and Markle’s communication resources because they are really not entitled to have their own communication team since Prince Harry is not an heir to the throne. However, Kate Middleton’s husband saved the day by defending his brother and sister-in-law.

“They won’t be having their own exclusive team for themselves and their budget for the team wasn’t particularly big,” Scobie said.

“And it was actually Prince William who had to step in and fight to get Harry a little bit more money spent on building a team,” the royal expert added. 

“Because he understands what this means to Harry and how much he wants to achieve and also, how important Meghan and Harry are for the image and the brand of the Royal Family.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex hired Sarah Latham, a former PR director from the British PR company Freuds. She has a massive background in politics. In addition, she’s American and a dual heritage which is very much in line with what Prince Harry and Markle need.

However, a lot of their team will still be shared amongst Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Princess Anne. The same communication staff working across the general office will also be available at Prince Harry and Markle’s disposal.

Just recently, the palace announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are officially splitting their household from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Prince Harry and Markle will be moving closer to Queen Elizabeth II as they will now be based at Buckingham Palace. On the other hand, Prince William and Middleton will remain in Kensington Palace.

The household split was announced amid the rumored rift involving the fab four. However, sources said that the royal brothers planned the formal division since last year due to their growing families.