The Queen has issued an approval to have Meghan and Harry to have a new base at Buckingham Palace, thus splitting up their household from the Cambridges.
The Court Circular (the official royal diary) reported that the duchess received The National Theatre's executive director Lisa Burger and artistic director Rufus Norris at Kensington Palace on Wednesday afternoon.More news: How the College Cheating Scandal Is Affecting Lori Loughlin & Her Daughters
"A number of previous royal children born 7th in line to the throne have been given traditional names but not names that are common within the royal family", she told InStyle.
Meghan Markle has not commented on the latest reports surrounding her pregnancy, but it sounds like we can let the royal baby countdown begin. "The Household, which will be created with the support of The Queen and The Prince of Wales, will be established in the spring", the statement reads, shared by royal expert Katie Nicholl.
"Of course there will be some people suggesting it would send a real message for Meghan to have her baby at the NHS hospital, but I honestly think it would cause more upheaval to other members of the public if she did".More news: Climate strike: School students from over 120 countries march to 'change history'
She has also worked for the United Kingdom government, spending two years advising the late Culture Secretary, Dame Tessa Jowell. "Harry has made the decision to more to Frogmore - again nothing sinister about that - there just isn't the room at Kensington Palace".
Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have appointed Jason Knauf as their senior adviser.
They'll get their own communications team, which will report directly to the Queen's communications director, and all this in order to prep for Prince William one day being king. "William is a husband and father of three and his focus is primarily on them, and Harry will soon be a father". The former Suits star stepped out with Harry, Prince Charles, Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth Day festivities.More news: Senate votes to rebuke president's emergency declaration