Well, there are more of these, and it seems like the list will just keep on adding. So, first of all, to answer the most crucial question, the cause for the Royal feuds would be attention and power.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall at a 3-day annual tour of the South West of England.
And secondly, people like to exaggerate things to make everything more flavorful. So, what do we really learn from here? There's nothing really to learn but just to keep one thing in mind.
No matter where you live or what you do, if you are famous then expect a lot more of rumors coming your way, there's literally no escaping from the speculations.
Sometimes, the rumors will be good as well, but most of the times, they are going to devastating ones. By this we don't mean the all the Royal feuds are a hoax.
No, there are some true ones as well, but the intensity media portray is far from the real one. And yes, just like we stated before, feuds are basically because of marriage lines, among siblings, instigated by in-laws, and everything in between.
Watch: Royal Family Feud
We can not, however, really pin-point the exact reason as it will be too predictive behaviors of the Royals. What we are really saying is, there will be feuds and media will exaggerate them just for the sake of viewers' entertainment.
So, next time you hear something terrible about the Royals bickering over a cheese-cake, just know you are the reason.