While everyone's placing bets on what Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's baby's first name will be (fingers crossed so hard for Diana if it's a girl), we do know one thing for certain: The child will not use the same last name as her majesty the queen.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced on Thursday have appointed Hillary Clinton's former campaign advisor to head up their communications team, as they are set to totally cut ties from Kensington Palace.
"The Duke of Sussex now has his own private office, which has been supporting the Duchess since Their Royal Highnesses engagement in November 2017".
Prince William called the Duke of Edinburgh for advice over the decision to split his household from Prince Harry's, it emerged yesterday.
The Cambridges have made clear they will keep their court at Kensington Palace, rather than follow in Charles's footsteps and move into Clarence House. They will also be appointing a new communications staff which will become a part of the Buckingham Palace communications staff.
Of course, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has come under scrutiny after two of her staffers quit, and her father publicized a letter she'd written him following a People magazine story where five of her "closest friends" opened up about her strained relationship with her father and his family.
The Duchess of Sussex has reportedly started her maternity leave.
The household refers to the place that the royals have their offices in and base their staff.
Harry and Meghan have also turned down the mansion, saying they see their new Windsor residence, Frogmore Cottage, as their "forever home".
Prince Harry and Meghan will welcome their first child soon.
It is not yet known what the meeting was about exactly but if Meghan is already having secret meetings about her recent patronages, then we have to assume she is taking her Royal duties very seriously.
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