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The new Sussex household will be based at Buckingham Palace - alongside the Queen.

Reportedly Channel 5 documentary "Meghan & The Markles: A Family at War", which aired earlier this month, delves into the Duchess' family background and life before she became a royal.

As confirmed by the palace, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have split household from Kate Middleton and Prince William.

Harry and Meghan have appointed Sara Latham from the big public relations firm Freuds to head up their communications team.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex cut ties with the Cambridges, revealing plans last week to create their own household - but when it came to seeking total royal freedom, the answer was a resounding "no".

If Meghan follows in Kate's footsteps, she might only resume her Royal duties in October.

Royal filmmaker and co-founder of @TrueRoyaltyTV Nick Bullen takes us behind the scenes with the world's most famous royal family.

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Mr Jones, who is now Deputy Communications Secretary to the Cambridges as well as the Duke & Duchess of Sussex, starts his new role as a result of The Queen creating a new Royal Household. In the meantime, they are shifting their work office to Queen's house, while Kate and William continue to stay and work out of Kensington Palace.

His Deputy, Christian Jones, who recently joined from the Treasury, will be promoted to Communications Secretary to Kate and William.

The couple are then invited into the officer's mess for the guardsman's lunch, where the longest-serving guardsman proposes a toast to the royals.

Her sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge has always officially announced when she was set to go on maternity leave with all three of her pregnancies, but Meghan is taking a different tune. "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 from Buckingham Palace read, per Town And Country magazine Thursday.

The breakup of the royal household has received the support of Harry and William's father Prince Charles as well.

In addition, Harry and Markle will most likely get their own Instagram and Twitter accounts, seeing as they are no longer operating (nor living) under the Kensington Palace roof.