Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal engagements are now listed under Buckingham Palace following their split from Prince William and Kate Middleton.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have officially moved their office to Buckingham Palace, Hello! magazine first reported. Prince Harry and Markle used to be under the umbrella of Kensington Palace with Prince William and Middleton. However, Prince Harry’s latest entry, his trip to Amsterdam to launch the sustainable tourism initiative Travalyst is now listed under Buckingham Palace while his penultimate entry came from Kensington Palace.

From now on, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s future engagements are expected to fall under Buckingham Palace. According to previous reports, Prince Harry and Markle wanted an “autonomous household” when they decided to have a separate home from Prince William and Middleton. They reportedly wanted to have their own brand.

“They don’t have their own autonomous household. We think they wanted one,” royal correspondent Chris Ship explained.

However, the Queen denied their requests and opted to take them under its wings. According to an insider, the monarch wanted to keep an eye on the Sussexes.

“We think they were pushing to have one but, in the end, it was decided for whatever reason that both Harry and Meghan would sit within Buckingham Palace,” Ship added. “You would have to ask the Palace. There is some speculation that the Queen wanted to keep an eye on this young and very dynamic couple.”

Meanwhile, others believed that it was down to their rank on the monarchy. Prince Harry and Markle’s tandem are very powerful and allowing them to operate on their own might result to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex overshadowing the other members of the royal family.

In the British monarchy, the Queen should remain on the top. Prince Charles is next and then Prince William and Middleton before Prince Harry and Markle.

In related news, Prince Harry and Markle are reportedly not going to Balmoral to join Queen Elizabeth II this summer. The Sussexes reportedly have no plans to be in Scotland and are snubbing the Queen’s invitation.

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Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II, Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William, and Middleton watch the RAF flypast on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on July 10, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson