Kate, William, Harry and Meghan are set for another split.
The Royal Foundation is the umbrella organisation for the couples’ projects, which includes mental health charity Heads Together.
Harry, Meghan, Kate and William appeared together for the first time at the Royal Foundation’s first Q&A forum in February 2018, which led to them being dubbed ‘The Fab Four.’
The forum was supposed to be an annual event but after their first and only joint appearance, the couples will go their separate ways, according to The Sun’s Royal Correspondent Emily Andrews.
The next Royal Foundation board meeting on 19 June is expected to confirm the split but aides have said that it’s not the end for the four of them working on individual projects together.
Brothers William, 36, and Harry, 34, set up the Royal Foundation in 2009 to house all of their charitable ventures.
Kate, 37, joined when she became the Duchess of Cambridge in 2011, as did Meghan, 37, when she became the Duchess of Sussex last year.
A charity source told The Sun: “At the start of last year, the plan was that all four would work together and I really believed in them as the power of four.
“The forum was going to be an annual event and last year’s was supposed to be the first of many. It’s very sad it’s going to end like this.”
It’s the latest development in the formal divide of the two royal households, following Harry and Meghan’s move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
The Sussexes formally split from their joint office with Kensington Palace in March and now have their own team, headed up by PR guru Sara Latham at Buckingham Palace.
Rumours of a feud between the Cambridges and Sussexes began to circulate last year.
The Sun’s royal correspondent Emily Andrews who appeared on Yahoo UK’s ‘The Royal Box’ said there was tension between William and Harry and that they hadn’t seen each other in private for six months after the royal wedding last year.
She added that the split of the households has “improved matters” between the royal brothers.