Prince Harry and Prince William once again triggered speculations that they are feuding with each other. During Sunday’s Easter church service, the royal siblings did not talk at all.

The Duke of Cambridge arrived at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle with his wife, Kate Middleton. Prince Harry, on the other hand, arrived at the venue by himself. Speculations are ripe that Meghan Markle skipped the family gathering due to her pregnancy.

According to People, Prince Harry spent most of his time talking to his cousin, Zara Tindall, and her husband, Mike Tindall. The Duke of Sussex was also seen talking to Kate for a few minutes. Prince William, who was standing just a few feet away from his younger brother, did not even glance at him.

Prince William and Prince Harry’s alleged distance may have to do with the rumors that they are not on good terms. The royal siblings have also decided to split their households. Prince William and his family will continue to stay at Kensington Palace, while Prince Harry and his family will stay at Frogmore Cottage.

Following their sighting, reports also swirled that Meghan and Prince Harry would be moving to Africa after the birth of their royal baby. The decision to move to Africa has to do with the couple’s desire to capitalize on their appeal to the youth in the Commonwealth.

However, there are also claims that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will eventually move to Africa to keep their distance from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Insiders claimed that it is Prince William who wants his brother and sister-in-law to move overseas so that his wife could stay in the spotlight.

“There have been various ideas floated for them to take on a job abroad, such as governor-general of Australia or Canada, wherever,” a palace source told The Sunday Times. “The trouble is that you effectively set them up as king and queen of a whole separate country, and 24-hour media means that Australia is not as far away as it used to be,” the source added.

Prince Harry and Prince William Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, during the annual Remembrance Sunday memorial. Getty Images/Chris Jackson