Became known why Prince Harry will live with the mother

Became known why Prince Harry will live with the mother

News of Meghan and Harry's decision to leave Kensington Palace comes weeks after it was first reported that Harry and William would have separate courts in the future instead of using Kensington Palace as a joint office for both of them. "They don't really get on", a source told the Daily Mail.

'Melissa is a hugely talented person, ' the source said.

Meghan Markle's entrée into the British royal family marked several historic milestones.

Cape Town - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will soon be moving out of their cottage at Kensington Palace to accommodate Doria Ragland (62), who wants to be closer to her grandchild.

"She's a woman who has lived life into her 30s in her way, she's been a relatively successful actor, has her own humanitarian interests and her own circle of friends", a source told the publication.

While Kate was around 21 when she started dating William, Meghan was 35 at the time she met Harry, giving her many more years outside the royal bubble than her sister-in-law.

Is there trouble in Kensington Palace? "The property in Windsor is the next best thing".

There's been plenty of talk lately about some "big rift" between Kate and Meghan.

Though the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been living at Nottingham Cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace, the couple are reportedly set to move to a more spacious home, as Meghan draws nearer to her due date. After having lived a marriage more than a problem with his first wife, the prince of Wales has been more tolerant towards her daughter-in-law.

"It's pretty much confirmed Doria will be moving in and playing a hands on role as a grandma", he says.

In an explosive development, it has been revealed since the sudden departure of Meghan's personal assistant - known as Melissa - the former Suits actress has been "difficult to work for" and "snaps" at Palace staff, though her fans insist she is a "breath of fresh air".

"Doria will be staying with them for quite long periods and they need a larger place", they added.

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