Queen vetoes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's philanthropy plans

Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Are Officially Breaking Off And Forming Their Own Royal Household featured image

Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Are Officially Breaking Off And Forming Their Own Royal Household featured image

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's hopes of being "entirely independent" of Buckingham Palace were cut short by the Queen and the Prince of Wales, an insider has claimed.

For months there have been rumors suggesting Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton are embroiled in a bitter feud, however, a new report claims Queen Elizabeth plans to step up and create peace between the women. They have separated their offices as well and will be moving to Queen's Buckingham Palace.

The royal family has intervened to keep Kate's design from the glare of her in-laws' glamour, ordering the charity to keep Harry's photo out of their publicity materials for the event.

It looks out onto the stunning grounds of Frogmore House, which Harry and Meghan chose as the location for their formal engagement photoshoot.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have hired Sara Latham, a senior adviser to Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, as the head of their communications team.

The 37-year-old royal is now preparing for the arrival of her first child with Prince Harry, and is said to be working on organising a second baby shower, possibly at Buckingham Palace, after previously staging a lavish event in NY. They will report to The Queen's Communications Secretary, Donal McCabe.

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As if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's upcoming move to Windsor and the arrival of their first child weren't enough to shake things up, their royal "court" is also undergoing a dramatic change.

Kensington Palace will support the Sussexes until their new staffing arrangements are in place.

She has an established reputation in American politics having previously worked for former U.S. president Bill Clinton and was previously described by USA Today as a "longtime Democratic fixer".

The breakup of the royal household has received the support of Harry and William's father Prince Charles as well.

The news comes after it was revealed the couple would be waving goodbye to Prince William and Kate Middleton, to have their own staff and focus on their own projects.

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