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Prince William & Prince Harry Charity Event Altered Amid New Rift Rumors

Prince William And Prince Harry Charity Event Cancelled
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Feb. 10 2019, Updated 9:45 p.m. ET

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The big Royal re-union is off!

It was expected that Prince Harry and Prince William would meet-up at a joint charity event attended by their glamorous wives too.

However, there will be no repeat of last year's appearance by the 'Fab Four' at this year's Royal Foundation Forum.

RadarOnline.com has previously reported how Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton don't get along.

And this has led to a rift between their husbands who were once inseparable.

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Last year the quartet were named after the famous Beatles band as they appeared on stage together to discuss their ideas for the organization, which was set up to move forward their charitable ambitions.

But it appears as if that was a one off as they pursue different agendas on their own as couples.

The Royal Foundation website press release states that the forum will be an 'annual' event, but a Palace source revealed it will not be a panel like last year.

The source revealed: "There will be no forum like last year with the four of them together.

"The timing isn't great. They should be putting on a united front."

The move sparks further speculation that all is not well between the two couples.

Last month, the Duchess of Cambridge, 37, had a meeting with Lorraine Heggessey, CEO of the Royal Foundation.

Prince Harry, 34, recently met Ms Heggessey alone, as did Prince William, 36, and the Duchess of Sussex, 37.

While in December, Harry and Meghan attended a board meeting of the Foundation before heading out to the Christmas party with staff – neither William or Kate appeared.

The Palace has confirmed that it is now accepted procedure that the couples will meet the charity at alternate board meetings.

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