The dukes of Cambridge and Sussex would cease to be neighbors at Kensington Palace, as announced at Buckingham Palace before the arrival of Prince Harry's first son and protector.
In this way, the offices of the two marriages will be separated as a result of the couple moving to a new residence at the Frogmore Cottage, in Windsor.
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"The Queen agreed to set up a new home for the Sussex dukes after their marriage in May last year and the house, created with the support of the Queen and Prince of Wales, will be built in the spring," Palace said in a statement.
According to half of the time, these new provisions added that the new parents would have a new communications team that Sarah would be the main spokesperson for, and report directly to the Queen's team.
Until now the marriage had been integrated into the offices of the Cambridge Dukes, William and Kate, but now they would have them at Buckingham Palace.
This change is considered normal because Prince Harry and his brother have different responsibilities and will keep them in time, because William is the future heir to the crown.