Prince William was recently rumored to be thinking that Prince Harry’s desire to give his son, Archie, private life has gone overboard.

The report came from Us weekly, which said that the Duke of Cambridge is not pleased with how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are keeping their son from the public.

An unnamed source also told the publication that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are not pleased with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to keep Archie’s christening private.

But on the online forum site Quora, royal fans are convinced that the report was fake. Some of them said that Prince William couldn’t care less about what Prince Harry wants to do with his son.

Sallie Smythe, an avid reader of royal biographies, said that royal fans shouldn’t believe all of the articles written about the members of the British clan unless they come from reputable sources. 

“Where do you think all these American journalists get their inside scoops? You think they stand outside Harry’s living room window with glass up to the wall so they can hear what’s being said? You think you’ve somehow managed to bypass Kensington Palace security and are peeping through William’s curtains?” she said.

Fi Oberon, who lives in the United Kingdom, said that he doesn’t think Prince William would react negatively regarding Prince Harry’s decision. He also said that he admires Markle for her maternal instincts.

But if the report is actually true, Tyas Heart, said that Prince William still doesn’t have any power to have any say on what Prince Harry should or should not do.

“I don’t think Harry will let him boss him around so I can’t understand why people even think of that. And I also think William knows that his brother is an adult who can make his own decision and take responsibility for his action… William and his wife have their own work to do and their own kids to care,” she said.

Prince William Thinks Prince Harry Is Going Overboard With Archie’s Privacy Report ‘Fake’ Prince William and Prince Harry attend the opening of the Greenhouse sports Centre on April 26, 2018 in London. photo: Getty images/Toby Melville