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Princes William, Harry reportedly considering ‘formal division’ as families grow

Princes William, Harry reportedly considering ‘formal division’ as families grow

Prince William and Prince Harry were inseparable over decades, but it is time for the royal brothers to separate as their families grow. As IBTimes understood, William and Harry are considering plans to split the Kensington Palace household.

Prince Harry and Prince William are best friends and always were, but they are also the heads of their own families now. Both Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex forge their own paths with their respective wives, families and royal careers.

According to the insider, the 36-year-old William and 34-year-old Harry will soon go their own ways in a symbolic parting of the royal households. Currently, both princes occupy a joint household at the London palace with their wives the Duchess of Cambridge, and the Duchess of Sussex, as well as William and Kate’s three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and the youngest Prince Louis.

Royal division is coming: Cambridges and Sussexes

In 1996, the brothers have leant on each other and looked after each other since their mother died. But time is flying, and William and Harry now they have their own families, they no longer rely on each other as before. They have become different people with different outlooks on life. Splitting the household is the most obvious thing to do now when Harry and Meghan are waiting for their first baby.

Thus, the Sussexes are expected to leave their two-bedroom home at Nottingham Cottage, in the grounds of Kensington Palace, and may choose to move into the main palace or find a new royal residence. According to the recent information, Harry and Meghan expecting a baby of their own around April next year, it has been reported that plans are being put in place for a formal division of the royal household, and the creation of separate courts to reflect the couples’ increasingly different responsibilities.