Prince Harry didn't hold back when talking about his brother, Prince William, during his tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired on March 7.
The red-headed royal made it clear that he and William aren't as close as they used to be, and after the chat aired, William was furious that Harry let their dirty laundry air out on television.
“The conversation Harry and William had after the big interview didn’t end well,” an insider told Us Weekly about the siblings' strained relationship.
Ever since Harry and Meghan Markle fled to the West Coast, William thinks his brother has changed — but not in a good way.
“William feels that Harry has gotten too big for his boots since moving to California — that success and Hollywood have gone to his head,” the source added. “He’s already accused [Harry] of putting fame over family after the big interview.”
During the bombshell interview, Harry explained what his relationship with William is like.
The dad-of-one also revealed that things are also tense between him and his father, Prince Charles.
"There is a lot to work through there," he said. "I feel really let down, because he's been through something similar. He knows what pain feels like. I will always love him, but there is a lot of hurt that's happened. I will continue to make it one of my priorities to try to heal that relationship. But they only know what they know."
Harry and William are set to reunite this summer when they unveil a statue in honor of their late mother, Princess Diana.
“William is insisting” to see Harry before the event, but a source said the 36-year-old is "refusing to meet up" and "won't be bossed around."
“If Harry acts out on the day or even worse, doesn’t show up, William will never, ever forgive him," the source explained.
As for if the two can repair their relationship one day, royal expert Angela Levin claims the brothers will not "have the same closeness that they had before."
“Prince Harry told me that William was the only person he could really trust and the only person he could say anything to because of their unique experience of losing a mother,” Levin — who previously interviewed Harry for her 2018 book, Harry: A Biography of a Prince — said. “They have a lot in common, although they’re very different personalities. But I think it’s gone too far.”