Wednesday's statement from Buckingham Palace read in part, "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..."
They have already embraced a markedly different style to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, becoming known for their rousing speeches, language of empowerment and inspiration, and tactile public appearances.
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.
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The Mail said that William wanted to be reassured that this switch-up would be OK, and he turned to Philip because of the more than 70 years he's been a member of the royal family.
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. Since Prince William is second in line to the British royal throne and Prince Harry is sixth, the split of their offices was inevitable. "Kensington Palace will continue to support Their Royal Highnesses until that team is in place".
Successively, she did work for Labour MP Tessa Jowell who was the at the time the Culture Secretary and in charge of planning the London Olympics.
It means Harry and Meghan's team will no longer have to report to his brother William's team which removes one of the tensions that exist between the siblings.
Meghan Markle tells the young people across the world that they are an "incredible asset" who have a "vision and ambition for positive change". The couple have named Jason Knauf senior adviser and Christian Jones communications secretary, with Sara Latham to head up communications.