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The Queen has issued an approval to have Meghan and Harry to have a new base at Buckingham Palace, thus splitting up their household from the Cambridges.

"She's got celebrity friends, her instincts would be perhaps to take the baby to NY and show it off to friends, maybe push against what the royals and the firm and those around her might advise and expect".

Harry and Meghan, known officially as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have shared staff with William and Kate since their marriage in May previous year.

Harry & Meghan new PR guru, Sara Latham, worked for Bill Clinton in the White House in the late 1990s and she was an adviser on Hilary Clinton's failed 2016 USA presidential campaign.

The announcement of the new household is a natural development in the life of senior royals and facilitates their need to have their own staff and aides around them as they pursue their public goals.

The changes mean that both Harry and Megan will be moving offices too, and they'll no longer share with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Harry and Meghan are understood to have lobbied for an autonomous new court, but the Queen and the Prince of Wales, who will jointly fund their office, thought otherwise. She also has a United Kingdom political background - she worked for the late Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell.

At the time, a palace statement said: "Windsor is a very special place for their royal highnesses and they are grateful that their official residence will be on the estate". According to Knauf's LinkedIn profile, he previously held the position of communications secretary to William, Kate and Prince Harry. Harry hasn't had a paid job since he resigned his Army commission almost four years ago and his voluntary royal duties are co-funded by the Queen and the Prince of Wales.

The news of her appointment comes as The Queen creates a new royal household for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex of which Ms Latham will head.

So frontrunners Victoria and Albert (the full name of King George VI) seem less likely options than a traditional moniker that's less directly connected to the royal family like Nicholas or Emma.


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