Prince Harry previously acknowledged the fact that he and Prince William would eventually go their separate ways.

During his interview with Angela Levin for the book “Harry: Conversations With the Prince,” the Duke of Sussex opened up about the Heads Together mental health campaign that he launched with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

“We are focusing on the digital platform, which we can do without being political and means the monarchy keeps up with the times … the three of us [he, William and Kate] came together for Heads Together. It is a big cause and took a huge amount of work to successfully do a two-year campaign like that. We will soon go on to do something else, but probably not together,” he said.

Since the Heads Together campaign was such a massive endeavor for the three royals, Prince Harry said that he feels it is enough to do just one with his older brother. Shortly after the new dad tied the knot with Meghan Markle, they announced that they will be creating their own charity and focusing on the causes that are close to their hearts.

But the Cambridges and Sussexes separation heightened speculation that the royal couples are not on good terms. Months ago, rumors swirled that Markle and Middleton are feuding. On the “Royals” podcast, royal commentator Angela Mollard also talked about Prince William and Prince Harry’s feud.

However, after Prince William asked Prince Harry if he’s sure about marrying Markle, the reactive younger brother must have taken the question out of context.

“Doubtless went home, said to Meghan ‘you won’t believe what William said to me’. Instead of seeing it as a well-meaning and caring inquiry, they’ve both obviously got their backs up and now there’s this friction between them,” she said.