William is said to be regularly catching up with his sibling after supper, alongside his wife, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.
The Duke of Cambridge calls his brother on Zoom, after his three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have all one to bed.
It is believed that William’s calls after supper are due to the time difference in Los Angeles, where Prince Harry and Meghan live with their son Archie.
The prince reportedly sees Zoom as a personal way of keeping in touch with Harry, and the source speaking to Fabulous Digital believes the calls allow William to keep “tabs” on his brother.
The source told Fabulous Digital: “William finds Zoom a good, informal way of keeping in touch, and some would say “tabs”, on his younger brother.
“These calls are made from Anmer’s private sitting room.
“It’s not the room that Kate and William use for their public zoom sessions.”
They suggested that the zoom calls allow the princes to easily contact each other at a moment’s notice within a packed schedule.
The calls are a private affair, and the princes aim to keep the conversations “low key and casual”.
The source added: “There is nothing formal about these Zoom sessions.
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Speaking to the Telegraph, Morton believes the coronavirus has “practically put Charles on the throne”.
He also suggested the pandemic has “done more damage to the monarchy than Oliver Cromwell.”
Morton told the paper about the reality the Queen is likely to face because of the pandemic and although she would like to reconvene her duties, he expects it will not be possible anytime soon.
Morton said: “The brutal truth is that her reign is effectively over.
“COVID-19 has done more damage to the monarchy than Oliver Cromwell.
“Corona has practically put Charles on the throne.
“It’s terribly sad but I can’t see how the Queen can resume her job.
“The Covid-19 virus isn’t going away anytime soon and will be with us for months if not years.
“If she gets the bug it could be fatal and would put Prince Phillip at risk as well,” Morton said.