As the relationship between Princes Harry and William continues to go downhill, the rift reportedly militates a sense of peace for Kate Middleton, who is “really, really upset” about the pits the royal family has gone through since the Sussexes' exit from the royal family earlier this year, royal sources say.

Although it is not surprising to hear about the ruckus in the British royal household, insiders say the world is yet to witness another nadir within the monarchs in 2022 following explosive revelations from Christopher Andersen’s book titled "Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan."

In it, Andersen alleged that Prince Harry and Kate used to have a very close relationship. However, this has since corroded as the brother's feud escalated further when Harry and Meghan stepped down as senior royals in January this year, according to MSN.

It also did not help that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, including the other senior members of the royal family, faced allegations of racism after Harry and Meghan revealed the alleged concern in the infamous Oprah Winfrey interview that aired in March.

At the time, the couple said there were “concerns and conversations about how dark [Archie's] skin might be when he was born.” Archie, the seventh in the line of succession to the British throne, was born on May 6, 2019.

Apart from this, the publication of Harry’s memoir, which is due to be released next fall, is believed to contain “the stuff of nightmares” for the royals, with Penguin Random House rumored to have paid some $20 million for the book.

Thus, many are expecting major bombshells will keep them on the edge of their seats. In addition, there are concerns that Harry’s explicit betrayal of the royal omertà may overshadow the platinum jubilee celebrations next year, which will mark Queen Elizabeth’s 70 years on the throne.

“The word is that almost the entirety of the book was seen by Penguin before they bought it,” said a source, “There is no way they would have paid that kind of money for a glorified self-help book. It will be explosive.”

According to Harry, he wrote the book "not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become," noting he looks forward to sharing "accurate and wholly truthful” accounts of his life as a royal.

As for William, he is reportedly feeling a sense of betrayal at this ultimate $20 million royal cash-in precisely since he is known for being protective about his family’s privacy, according to the Daily Beast.

This is also noticeable in his reaction amid Netflix's move for "The Crown" to recreate the infamous Panorama interview of their late mother, Diana, with journalist Martín Bashir. The historical account saw the Princess of Wales reveal that “there were three of us in my marriage” in 1995.

After evidence revealed that Bashir tricked the Princess with falsified documents during the interview, William insisted the exchange is “without legitimacy and should never be reissued” as it “contributed to fear, paranoia, and isolation” in the last years of his mother's life, Market Research Telecast noted.

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William is reportedly feeling a sense of betrayal at Harry's ultimate $20 million royal cash-in for his memoir precisely since he is known for being protective about his family’s privacy. Getty Images

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