Prince William and Kate Middleton reportedly left Prince Charles usurped.

In 2016 Amazon Prime documentary "William & Kate: The Journey," it had been revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge developed an extremely close bond with Carole and Michael Middleton. Middleton's parents are "heavily involved in the upbringing of Prince George." In fact, they moved with the family for a few months after Middleton's delivery.

"Prince Charles and Camilla have been less involved,"  Ashley Pearson said. "It has been a matter of some controversy."

"There were quite a few royal reports from insiders saying that Charles was unhappy and felt he was being shut out a bit in the life of Prince George," she added. "Carole Middleton and her husband Michael had kind of taken over and usurped his position within the family."

"There are rumours that Charles and Camilla felt a bit slighted and would like to be more actively involved in the young family’s life," she added. "He wants the world to know that he’s very keen to be a part of George’s life, despite the fact that he isn’t as involved in the day-to-day lives of the children."

According to Tom Bower in his book "Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles," the future king was not pleased that his son and daughter-in-law spent more time with Middleton's family in Berkshire, so she ordered the royal aides to "ignore" Carole.

"This so infuriated William that he consulted with his grandmother. To counter the hurtful snubs against Carole Middleton, the Queen then made a point of inviting a TV cameraman to film her driving the former air hostess around the Balmoral estate," Bower wrote.

In related news, Prince William and Middleton will be hosting Christmas parties in London and Cyprus. The event aims to celebrate with the families and children of the deployed Royal Air Force personnel to ensure that no one is forgotten this season.

In addition, Prince William is reportedly attending a secret meeting to prepare himself as the next Prince of Wales. The Duke of Cambridge will be taking over Prince Charles' $1.2 billion estate, the Duchy of Cornwall, which provides massive income to the heir.