William feels Harry & Meghan 'crossed a line' & couple were 'relegated at Jubilee over their behaviour', insider claims

PRINCE William feels Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview "crossed a line" – and the couple were "relegated" at the Jubilee as a result, royal insiders claim.

The Sussexes have only publicly attended one function since returning home for the celebration.

They beamed at crowds outside St Paul's for the service of thanksgiving before heading into the cathedral hand-in-hand.

The couple were seated across the aisle from Kate and William, and did not acknowledge or exchange glances with the Cambridges during the service.

Afterwards, they left promptly without joining other royals and VIPs at a reception.

The Sussexes were also spotted watching Trooping the Colour from a window at the Major General's Office, despite reports suggesting Her Majesty invited them to stand beside her on the palace balcony.

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And on Saturday, they celebrated daughter Lilibet's first birthday "privately" at Frogmore Cottage rather than travel into London for Platinum Party at the Palace.

But sources claim it's not a coincidence that there has been no interaction whatsoever between William and Harry during the long weekend.

One insider told the Telegraph the Sussexes' chat with Oprah in March 2021 – during which they made the now-infamous allegation of royal racism – still rankles.

"The media might try to make them prominent, but in reality they are not going to be playing a prominent role. A line has been drawn," an aide said.

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It's understood that some senior royals believe the interview "crossed a line".

Harry and Meghan have not made an "acknowledgement of the hurt it caused", the paper reports – and as a result have been "relegated" upon their return.

By comparison, the Cambridges have been front and centre of the festivities over the past four days.

They have been the focus of almost every major event, including last night's concert and the thanksgiving service.

They took their seats at St Paul's almost 20 minutes after Harry and Meghan did, and left around 60 seconds earlier.

It's claimed the arrangements were months in the making, and specifically designed to prevent the brothers from coming face-to-face.

It comes as…

  • Prince Louis stole the show yet again at the Jubilee pageant as royal fans spotted him poking his tongue out
  • William made a hilarious comment about his youngest son's pranks
  • The moment one poor lady nodded off as she sat behind Charles today seems destined to become a meme
  • The Queen had a priceless reaction to Charles calling her "Mummy" – after he used the name again at last night's concert
  • Royal fans have criticised the BBC for showing Princess Charlotte looking "bored" last night

Harry and Meghan are believed to have met privately with Her Majesty as they introduced little Lili to her namesake.

They are also understood to have visited Charles and Camilla.

During the service on Friday, Harry was seen laughing with family and friends.

He was placed beside cousins Eugenie, Beatrice and Peter Phillips for the event.

Meanwhile, Charles and William are said to be “heartened” and “touched” by the outpouring of goodwill towards them last night.

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Both heirs gave speeches honouring the Queen, with Charles paying tribute to "Your Majesty, Mummy".

The Prince of Wales also spoke movingly about her "strength and stay", husband Prince Philip.

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