According to a new report out in The Sunday Times, Meghan and Harry have lobbied for an autonomous new court to be helmed under their office as an independent outfit, but Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, were reportedly not feeling up to grant the request.
"They wanted their household to be entirely independent of Buckingham Palace, but were told "no", a royal source told The Times.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's hopes for working outside of the palace's watchful eye has reportedly been royally squashed. News reports. While the couple are likely to go ahead with their future plans, they will still have to work through to Buckingham Palace.
The household is expected to be fully established in the spring, but Buckingham Palace announced on March 14 and the Sussexes would create a separate household from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, Prince Harry's uncle, has a Twitter and Instagram account all his own, and it is very easy to imagine that Prince Harry and Markle-the latter of whom, of course, was a frequent Instagrammer before she married into the royal family-could eventually want the ability to "communicate" with their fans directly with their own handle. "Windsor was the flawless fit for Harry and Meghan".
Since sharing the news with the world, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared their excitement about becoming parents with the world. After having been linked for the first three-and-a-half decades of their life as part of a single entity within the structures of the Palace, brothers Prince William (now 36) and Prince Harry (now 34) will be "splitting up," as it were. Latham previously worked on Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, and for President Clinton in the 1990s.