They'll get their own staff, and they'll have their own offices in Buckingham Palace (instead of their joint office in KP).
Kensington Palace did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.
The "African climate change garden" presented by Camfed, one of Meghan and Harry's top charities, boasts solar panels, an advanced irrigation system, and drought-resistant crops.
There are some big changes on the horizon for the respective royals as Meghan and Harry prepare for the arrival of the royal baby in April and the move to Frogmore cottage, with the Duchess of Sussex now pausing her royal engagements as her due date approaches (and if you haven't yet had a chance to peruse her best pregnancy style looks - now is the time).
"Meghan has very strong views on what she is interested in and that may be what Harry shares, but not what William and Kate share", she added. "The Household, which will be created with the support of The Queen and The Prince of Wales, will be established in the spring", the palace statement read.
Last fall, there were rumors that the royal couples were feuding, but when it comes down to it, these logistic changes have been in the works for a while. "Kensington Palace will continue to support Their Royal Highnesses until that team is in place". The Palace denies this has anything to do with the alleged clash between the Sussexes and Cambridges. "The Queen has agreed to the creation of a new Household for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, following their marriage in May previous year".
His responsibilities will include advising on their charitable initiatives - including work on the environment, mental health, and early childhood - and supporting a review of the charitable structures that underpin their work.
Christian Jones has taken over as communications secretary to William and Kate. Yui Mok/Pool via REUTERS Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex watch students play football during their visit to Lycée Qualifiant Grand Atlas, the local secondary school on February 24, 2019 in Asni, Morocco. Sara Latham, who was Hillary Clinton's senior advisor, will now head their communications team.
She has an established reputation in American politics having previously worked for former United States president Bill Clinton and was previously described by USA Today as a "longtime Democratic fixer".