Harry and Meghan, known officially as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have shared staff with William and Kate since 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".
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 Their Royal Highness's engagement in November 2017".
While Meghan and Harry will be moving to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor later this spring, their office will also be moving - out of Kensington Palace and into Buckingham Palace.
The news that the royal couples were planning to break up their joint "court" at Kensington Palace was first reported late a year ago.
Whilst much of the reporting in recent weeks has focused on the bad relationship between Kate and Meghan, the truth is that the relationship between the two brothers has become strained. Since Prince William is second in line to the British royal throne and Prince Harry is sixth, the split of their offices was inevitable.
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As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex get ready to welcome their first child in April, will they follow Kate and William's example? "If she is to do something public it would be announced, but there are none that are scheduled", a source says.
He will no longer work for Harry and Meghan. Apparently, the former American Idol star knows the Duchess well as they spent their youth together performing in musicals.
The move will see the Sussexes and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge formally split their backroom staff and may signal a shift in the direction of their public works. "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".
The royal family are known for choosing traditional names for their children, with Elizabeth, Arthur, George and Alexandra proving some of the most popular through the generations.