When it was reported last week that Meghan Markle didn't have any more official appearances scheduled before her maternity leave, royal fans anxious that she'd be out of the spotlight for some time. The Palace is believed to have felt that it was better to keep the Sussex's under the watchful eye of officials close to the Queen and Prince Charles.
According to a royal insider, the structure of the Windsor institution simply "doesn't allow that kind of independence".
"The feeling is that it's good to have the Sussexes under the jurisdiction of Buckingham Palace, so they can't just go off and do their own thing", the insider added.
Mr Arbiter says the "split" of Kensington Palace is nothing new for the Royal Family.
It was previously announced that the duke and duchess of Sussex would be getting their own court apart from the one that also represents Prince William and Kate Middleton, which is based in Kensington Palace, their shared residence.
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"The Queen has given permission for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex to base their Household Office at Buckingham Palace".
Proud Harry became the godfather of his cousin Zara Tindall's youngest daughter just weeks before he and Meghan become parents for the first time. "Their Royal Highnesses will appoint new communications staff, who will form part of the Buckingham Palace communications team and report to The Queen's Communications Secretary, Donal McCabe", the announcement read.
The event took place at St Nicholas Church in Cherington, Gloucestershire on Saturday and the royals were seen arriving with beaming smiles on their faces as they celebrated new life during the intimate ceremony.
"Harry is now married and his comfort zone now is with Meghan, he's going to be dad soon and they're setting up home in Windsor".
Heavily pregnant Meghan, whose first child is due at the end of next month, wore a navy beret and a vintage 1950s double-breasted silk brown Dior coat for the private occasion.