Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been getting some bad press, especially over the past few months. But, is this affecting their relationship with Prince William and Kate Middleton? This is the subject of a tabloid report, which has been revealed to be false.

According to the tabloid story, Prince William and Middleton are distancing themselves from Prince Harry and Markle, after the latter got bad press recently. The two royal couples went their separate ways to focus on different charities, and this incident has led to many false rumors about a division between them, including the latest one.

The bad press that Prince Harry and his wife has apparently alienated would-be fans. This has been cited by the tabloid as the reason why Prince William and Middleton are distancing themselves.

The rumor has been debunked by Gossip Cop. While it is true that the names of Prince Harry and Markle have been removed from the Royal Foundation, this was actually done so that they could focus on their own charity work. The two royal couples are committed to work together on issues they believe in, like the mental health campaign Heads Together.

As far as bad press is concerned, Price Harry and Markle were slammed for using private jets while raising the issue of climate change. However, the media coverage of the couple recently has been positive.

Pictures and videos of Prince Harry and Markle’s Africa tour have been widely shared online. A recent video that has surfaced online shows a cute moment in which The Duchess of Sussex gives her son Archie a kiss. The clip is from an upcoming documentary “ITV’s Harry & Meghan: An African Journey,” People reported.

The clip is from just before Prince Harry introduced Markle and Archie to Archbishop Desmond Tutu. This trip is the first official engagement for the royal baby.

prince william kate middleton meghan markle prince harry Prince William, Kate Middleton, Markle and Prince Harry arrive to attend Christmas Day Church service at Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on Dec. 25, 2018 in King's Lynn, England. Getty Images/Stephen Pond