Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are undoubtedly the most talked-about couple in the world, making news this year with everything from the birth of baby Archie to their newly renovated Windsor home, Frogmore Cottage.
And as high profile figures (and therefore victims to online abuse), the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had every decision with regards to both dissected by the public – and according to several outlets, people within the palace walls.
This week however it was Harry and Meghan’s new royal staff offices that got everyone talking, with The Sun reporting that the Sussex family are taking over six big rooms in a master wing of Buckingham Palace.
‘The Palace traditionalists are grumpy that such a prime space is being given over to Harry and Meghan, who have perfectly adequate offices already at Kensington Palace,’ a royal insider reportedly told The Sun.
‘There are a lot of people trying to cause trouble for the Duke and Duchess as a result of this move,’ they continued. ‘But the facts are they were offered these rooms by the master of the household because they are currently unoccupied and used as meeting rooms.’
Well, that’s that.