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William and Harry split royal households as Sussexes hire ex-Clinton advisor

15 March 2019

The statement released details the plans for Harry and Meghan's "household", which refers to where their staff will be based and offices will run from. As per the announcement, Meghan and Harry will be moving their office to the Queen's residence, Buckingham Palace while Kate and William continue to work out of Kensington Palace.

His new household - the team that supports a member of the royal family - will be established this spring but the move is unlikely to happen until later in the year.

She also has a political background in the United Kingdom having worked for the late Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell in 2005.

"The Duke of Sussex now has his own private office, which has been supporting the Duchess since the engagement of Their Royal Highnesses in November 2017", the Palace said in a statement (via Reuters).

It will coincide with the move of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor before their baby arrives.

The news has nothing to do with a reported rift between the two families. The baby will be seventh in line to the British throne after Prince Charles, Prince William and his three children and Prince Harry. This decision will ensure the smooth transition of Harry and Meghan to their new official residence later on. "If she is to do something public it would be announced, but there are none that are scheduled", a source says.

"She said, 'We are excited".

Prince Harry and Meghan will welcome their first child soon. Of course, they are still part of the Royal Foundation, that's their charity forum. Apparently, the former American Idol star knows the Duchess well as they spent their youth together performing in musicals.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, in particular, keep Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis out of the public eye and we only see them at some annual events, such as Trooping the Colour or through official photographs.

She added: "And what I'm told through my sources at the palace, that each of them has their own niche".

The Sussex Family's divorce from Kensington Palace means that the couple can focus on their own ventures.

William and Harry split royal households as Sussexes hire ex-Clinton advisor