The Queen 'vetoes Meghan and Prince Harry's independence bid'

The Queen 'vetoes Meghan and Prince Harry's independence bid'

A new report from The Sunday Times indicates that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may have wanted to create their own household separate from the tethers at Buckingham Palace, though it was vetoed by The Queen and the Prince of Wales.

According to a new report out in The Sunday Times, Meghan and Harry have lobbied for an autonomous new court to be helmed under their office as an independent outfit, but Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, were reportedly not feeling up to grant the request.

"Meghan previously told well-wishers their firstborn is due end of April, early May and last week shared "They're almost there' at a Buckingham Palace reception".

The source continued, "There is an institutional structure that doesn't allow that kind of independence".

The current Twitter and Instagram for Kensington Palace serve as the official feeds for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and their Royal Foundation, altogether.

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Following last week's announcement that the queen supports the separation of Harry and William's households, the Sunday report states Harry and Meghan were hoping for complete royal freedom - something the monarchy just can not allow.

It's believed Prince William and Kate Middleton will keep the Kensington Palace Instagram account, which has racked up over seven million followers. And Meghan also wanted to continue growing her role as an activist.

While it is by no means the most pressing of the burning questions in the wake of the news, one that has been asked by scores of royal fanatics (and semi-fanatics) since the announcement is: what does this mean for the Kensington Royal Twitter and Instagram accounts?! Follow Yahoo Lifestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The newly married couple who are expecting their first child in late April have reportedly hired a former advisor to Bill Clinton with their team being based at the Palace.

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