When he is crowned king, William will soon assume the role of his father, Prince Charles. Preparations for the transition are already under way. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge currently employ a team of key personnel with government experience to oversee the proceedings, a tactical move for the future King of England. Meanwhile, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will move their offices out of Kensington Palace, where Kate and William reside, retiring completely from the home of the future king and queen.
A senior assistant said that William and Harry were now taking ". different paths "with respect to their roles, as William prepares for his royal duty as king.
The source told the Daily Mail: "The Cambridges have made it clear that Kensington Palace would remain their home and base, even when the Duke becomes Prince of Wales.
"Buckingham Palace will always be owned by Harry. They follow very different paths. "
Meghan and Harry will also hire a new team, including Public Relations Manager Sarah Latham, to head up communications.
Kate and William prepare to play their role as future king and queen
Meghan and Harry will leave Kensington Palace to get away from Kate and William
Ms. Latham, who would have dual British and American citizenship, worked at the White House as Bill Clinton's assistant while he was president.
She was also a counselor at Hilary Clinton's presidential campaign in 2016. was part of Tony Blair's general election team on 2005.
About William's takeover as king, Charlie Proctor, editor-in-chief of Royal Central, told the Daily Star Online: "As Prince Charles prepares to become king, William is already is preparing to become Prince of Wales, ready to assume his duties and assume his responsibilities.
Meghan and Harry will move their offices to Buckingham Palace
" For exemple. William recently left his Air Ambulance pilot position to become a full-time Royal. As time goes by, his presence becomes more and more important, which means he has to devote all his time to royal duties.
"I think it's important to say that just like his father, William is also preparing to become king. There is no chance that William will be Prince of Wales for more than 60 years.
"As such, he must also learn the tricks of the trade, because his reign on the throne may well come sooner rather than later.
"William is getting ready. to become Prince of Wales and King in the exercise of his current duties of second to the throne.
"He defends the causes that interest him, organizes meetings and hearings with various groups and receives the advice of his principal collaborators. "
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