Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Made a Surprise Appearance over the Weekend

Brenda Watkins
March 19, 2019

"Meghan previously told well-wishers their firstborn is due end of April, early May and last week shared "They're almost there' at a Buckingham Palace reception".

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's hopes for working outside of the palace's watchful eye has reportedly been royally squashed. Yet, being apart of the monarchy does still mean they have to play by their rules as the royal family is the one footing the bill.

According to a new report out in The Sunday Times, Meghan and Harry have lobbied for an autonomous new court to be helmed under their office as an independent outfit, but Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, were reportedly not feeling up to grant the request. "There is an institutional structure that doesn't allow that kind of independence", a royal source said.

After news came last week that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were starting their own household apart from Kensington Palace, which they now fall under, a new report suggests that the royal couple wanted to start an entirely new court.

"It makes practical sense, they are part of an establishment, part of an organisation and as such, they operate within that organisation and not as an independent unit". The Cambridge family will stay with Kensington Palace.

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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.

"While Harry was a single man, his comfort zone was William and Catherine", he says.

"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". Prince Harry is now sixth in line to the British throne, meaning that his children will follow him in the line of succession.

Mr Arbiter adds: "Their interests are very different and therefore they need dedicated staff to focus on those interests".

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