Prince Harry fell out with his brother, Prince William, and father, Charles III, after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The reason was the reluctance of the last two to see Harry's wife, Meghan Markle. This is reported The Daily Mail.
According to the publication, the new king forbade his daughter-in-law to join the grieving royal family on the day of the queen's death, which Harry insisted on.
It is noted that Charles III personally called his son and said that the presence of Megan would be inappropriate. As a result, an enraged Prince Harry refused dinner with his father and brother.
The tabloid also notes that Megan allegedly really wanted to talk to her father-in-law personally and explain herself, but Charles III refused her an audience.
Prince Harry and his wife especially spoiled relations with relatives after an interview in which Meghan Markle spoke about racist sentiments in the royal family.