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In a bid for independence, the parents-to-be reportedly wanted to have their own household entirely.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's hopes for working outside of the palace's watchful eye has reportedly been royally squashed.

This led many royal fans to wonder if Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, approves of the splitting of the Royal household.

Sources told the Sunday Times that the "institutional structure of the royal family didn't allow for an autonomous court".

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While the move to Frogmore Cottage will allow the Duke and Duchess a little more privacy that they now have, we hope that they can find the independence that they are looking for! "The household, which will be created with the support of The Queen and the Prince of Wales, will be established in the spring". "They can't just go off and do their own thing".

Last week, the newly married Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced plans to divide their royal household from Prince William and Kate Middleton via a statement shared by royal expert Katie Nicholl.

A source tells ET that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who now reside at Nottingham Cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace, are "due to move into Frogmore Cottage, provided the renovation works are complete in the next few weeks". "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. Kensington is where Will and Kate have their lavish 21-room apartment, and where Nottingham Cottage, the current home of Harry and Meghan, is located. Given that they are senior members of the Royal Family who carry out engagements on behalf of the queen, they need to be under the jurisdiction of Buckingham. "The 10-bedroom house has more space for children when they expand their family and of course has a special place in their hearts".

It seems they do not want Harry and Meghan to be able to work without anyone to answer to.