Royal commentator Omid Scobie shared Kensington Palace's official announcement, which stated that the royal couples would be splitting up their staffs and bringing in new individuals to their respective private offices and households.
The Royal Foundation, the primary philanthropic and charitable vehicle will remain to have joint patronage by the Cambridges and Sussexes.
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People reports the separation of the households-to be established in the northern hemisphere spring-has been approved by both Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles.
It was announced that the Queen has agreed to the creation of a new Household for Harry and Meghan, which will be based out of Buckingham Palace, instead of Kensington Palace. But the news of this arrangement also comes as reports swirl about the fraught relationship between Markle and Middleton.
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.
As part of the shake-up, Harry and Megchan have named high-flying PR guru Sara Latham - who has worked for Bill and Hillary Clinton - as their new dedicated head of communications.
They may not be the royal Fab Four of Kensington Palace anymore, but at least we'll always have the memories.
The duchess, who is said to be eight months pregnant, is believed to be preparing for the birth of her first child. They are reportedly moving in late March and plan to design their baby's nursery there.