The deer in Cambridge and Sussex will cease to be neighbors in Kensington Palace, announced at Buckingham Palace before the arrival of the first son of Prince Harry and Meghan.
In this way, both marriage offices will be separated as a result of the couple moving to a new home in Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
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"The Queen has agreed that a new home for Dukes of Sussex, after their marriage in May last year, was created. The home, which will be created with the support of the Queen and the Prince of Wales, will be set up in the spring," said the palace in one. statement.
According to half Hi! These new provisions add that future parents will have a new communication law, of which Sara Latham will be the lead speaker, who reports directly to the Queen's staff.
So far, the marriage had its staff integrated in the Duke of Cambridge, William and Kate office, but now they will have their own in Buckingham Palace.
This change is considered normal because Prince Harry and his brother have different responsibilities and will continue to keep them in time, for William is the future heir to the crown.