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. They'll undoubtedly have help around the estate, but this household is more like a dream-team PR crew, always at the ready to help Meghan and Harry juggle things like charities and official royal business.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have appointed Christian Jones to be their new Communications Secretary.
"The Household, which will be created with the support of The Queen and The Prince of Wales, will be established in the spring", a statement read.
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"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".
It has been reported that Markle is expected to continue with private meetings, though her public calendar does not have any new additions now. Until the team is set in place, Kensington Palace will continue to support the couple. He was also a speechwriter for the former Brexit Secretary David Davis.
The Sussex Family's divorce from Kensington Palace means that the couple can focus on their own ventures.
"Harry does has a very high level of expectancy - any crossing of red lines with taking photos of his child or invading their privacy, he will come down like a ton of bricks on".
The research into Harry and Meghan's ancestors was conducted by ancestry.co.uk, whose spokesperson Russell James commented: "Trying to guess the royal baby's name is a great British tradition and having delved into family tree records, we can see the range of names in both families is incredibly diverse".