The royal brothers Prince William and Prince Harry have always appeared to be the closest of brothers. However, the pressures of monarchy and differing royal duties have caused new challenges for the dukes. In the month of October last year, there were reports of William and Harry splitting their households to create separate courts. Reports now suggest that the two brothers are making the spilt happen ‘within weeks’. That’s before the arrival of Meghan and Harry’s royal baby.
The earlier report by Sunday Times stated that William and Harry were 'considering a formal division of their joint royal household, which is based at Kensington Palace, and the creation of separate courts to reflect their increasingly different responsibilities.' On Sunday, a source informed E! News that the new division will ‘help ease the reported tensions between the brothers and their wives'. The report added that the brothers are ‘working together’ on the plans of the major division and would also have separate staff.
The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex are already due to move into Frogmore Cottage in Windsor from Nottingham Cottage. However, the couple’s new separate office is expected to remain at Kensington Palace. Meanwhile, Meghan is said to deliver Baby Sussex in late April or early May.