Days after Meghan's personal assistant resigned her post — over the former actress' alleged diva demands — Richard took to Twitter to spill the tea on the new royal.
"The crazies on Twitter won't like it but it is clear that Meghan is regarded as difficult and demanding by some in the family and on the staff," he wrote.
"The story behind Harry and Meghan's move to Frogmore Cottage? Harry and Meghan spreading their wings. No big fallout but Kate and Meghan not close. No royal properties available in London apparently," tweeted Richard.
The royal correspondent added that while the Queen's cousin, The Duke of Gloucester, 74, and his wife Birgitte, 72, agreed to move out of their Kensington Palace apartment to make room for Harry and Meghan, the renovations could take months and would not be ready in time for the birth of Meghan and Harry's baby.
Other royal sources told The Sun that the parents-to-be do not want to live next to Kate Middleton, 36, and Prince William, 36, any longer, as "tensions" between the brothers have recently started to arise.
Plus, "Kate and Meghan are very different people," a source said. "They don't really get on."
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