Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle reportedly have a not-so-great relationship which has forced the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to move out of Kensington Palace.

Recent reports are claiming that Prince Harry and Markle will be moving out from the palace. The soon-to-be-parents reportedly don't want to live near the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge due to their tension with Prince William.

However, according to Charlotte Wace and Charlotte Griffiths, journalists of Daily Mail, it's actually the two women who have issues. An insider told them that Middleton and Markle don't get along with each other.

"Kate and Meghan are very different people," the insider said. "They don’t really get on."

However, the publication also noted that "there are good logistical reasons for the move." Prince Harry and Markle's new home would be in Frogmore and would have 10 bedrooms, eight more than the two they have in Nottingham Cottage where they currently reside. A bigger place would also give Markle's mom, Doria Ragland, and a live-in-nanny enough room to stay with Prince Harry and Markle.

Prior to this report, a royal source revealed that Prince Harry and Prince William had some tension. Initially, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were set to move into a bigger apartment in Kensington Palace, but they no longer wanted to be near Prince William and Middleton.

"The initial plan was for Harry and Meghan to move out of their cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace and into one of the main apartments," a royal source told Emily Andrews of The Sun. "But there has been a bit of tension between the brothers. Now Harry and Meghan don't want to live next to William and Kate and want to strike out on their own. They need more room and hope Frogmore Cottage will be ready in time for when they have the baby."

According to Ellie Genower, a journalist for Express, Prince Harry and Markle's new Berkshire pad is undergoing a multi-million-pound renovation which is expected to include a security upgrade. The property has 33-acre of private garden with its own lakes, which will give Prince Harry and Markle's future children more than enough space to play.