Big changes are coming! The royal fab four, William, Kate, Harry and Meghan will soon part ways.
We love William and Harry’s relationship. We have watched them since they were babies and witnessed how they’ve become wonderful men. First William, 7 years ago, and now Harry too, has started his own family. And now, according to newest reports, the brothers will soon part ways.
Roya Nikkhah, the royal correspondent for The Sunday Times, shared information related to the royal brothers, William and Harry’s roles within the royal family.
They said: “The brothers have leant on each other and looked after each other since their mother died.
“But now they have their own families, they longer rely on each other as before.”
She said: “the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex are preparing to go their separate ways. William and Harry considering plans to split the Kensington Palace household and create two separate courts as their future roles with Kate and Meghan diverge.”
Accordin to Nikkhah, Meghan and Harry have made some plans for the arrival of their first child. “The Sussexes are expected to leave their two-bedroom home at Nottingham Cottage, in the grounds ofKensington Palace, and may choose to move into the main palace or find a new royal residence.”
Harry and Meghan have already revealed that they want to bring up their children as “normally” as possible. Not that William and Kate don’t have the same desire, and they are doing everything that they can to protect George, Charlotte and Louis’ privacy.
However, we think it will be hard to stay out of the the spotlight as they grow up, with George being direct heir to the throne.
This would also reflect the different responsibilities both brothers and their wives have. Most likely, the Cambridges will increase their work as head of state and consort.
The Sussexes can be more flexible with their duties.
This could mark the end for the ‘fab four.’
We really don’t know how to react on this news! But it is understandable!
Just we hope that despite going their separate ways in some respects, there’ll be many chances to see them and their wives in action. They will still work together to support their charitable work through The Royal Foundation.