In a statement released on Thursday afternoon, Buckingham Palace revealed: "The Queen has agreed to the creation of a new Household for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, following their marriage in May a year ago. This long-planned move will ensure that permanent support arrangement for the Duke of Duchess's work are in place as they start their family and move to their official residence at Frogmore Cottage".
'The Household, which will be created with the support of The Queen and The Prince of Wales, will be established in the spring.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will remain at Kensington Palace, where Prince Harry now has his own private office with Meghan, until their team is in place, Buckingham Palace confirmed.
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Reports of the royal households splitting began circulating late previous year, with commentators explaining that Meghan's entrance into the Royal Family had changed the young royals' working dynamic.
It has been reported that Markle is expected to continue with private meetings, though her public calendar does not have any new additions now.
He added: "The things we have seen about Meghan Markle where she took that private jet to fly to a baby shower in NY at great expense while she is preaching about climate change and so on".
"She said, 'We are excited".
They could still work together on big projects like their Heads Together mental health campaign. And I think that is what we are seeing at yesterday's Commonwealth service.
However, it looks like things are about to change at the palace, as it's been announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have appointed Hillary Clinton's former campaign advisor to head up their communications team. "They have a very clear idea of what they want to do and the instructions from the top and, of course, that comes from Prince William at Kensington Palace, they don't want others treading".