Prince William ‘worried’ private conversations with Harry will be aired on US TV

Prince William is reportedly concerned that private conversations with Prince Harry will be "plastered over American TV", it's been claimed.

Meghan Markle's broadcaster friend, Gayle King, told CBS' breakfast show that the duke had unproductive phone calls with other royals since the tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The presenter claimed the couple said to her that Harry, 36, had spoken to his brother William, 38, and dad Prince Charles over the weekend.

Ms King then claimed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had deals in place with CBS and ITV to postpone the broadcast if Prince Philip, 99, had passed away during this time in hospital.

Royal sources told Vanity Fair'sKatie Nicholl, some people in the palace are concerned Harry and Meghan "want to keep fuelling the soap opera".

One source close to William claimed: "There's a lack of trust on both sides which makes moving forward very hard.

"William is now worried that anything he says to his brother will be plastered over American TV."

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The outlet went on to say Harry is believed to have spoken to the Queen since the interview aired as well.

It adds the pair regularly talk about his grandfather's health.

The duke of Edinburgh was discharged from hospital yesterday morning, after 28 days battling an infection and undergoing surgery for an underlying hearth problem.

He has reportedly been shielded from much of the claims that came out via the chat with Oprah with his grandson and granddaughter-in-law, Meghan.

During the interview, Meghan claimed a member of the royal family made racist remarks concerning the colour of Archie's skin colour before he was born.

Both Harry and the former Suits actress have not said who is meant to have made these comments, with William later telling reporters the royal family are 'very much not racist'.

The royal couple, who stepped down from senior duties last year, have also been called out for not naming the person in the middle of their claims, stating it affects all members of The Firm as viewers are left to guess who could have made the remarks as part of the allegations.

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