Queen Elizabeth II is planning to renovate Buckingham Palace after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s exit.

Last month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they would be stepping back from their royal roles. Following the announcement, the monarch is reportedly planning to continue the 10-year $479 million palace renovation, House Beautiful reported.

The early stages of the renovation were already complete. At present, Buckingham Palace is looking for someone to work with them as strategic planner and to help facilitate the communication between the in-house Programme Management Office and the contractors and consultants. The job also includes monitoring interfaces and identifying conflicts.

The qualifications for the job includes top-notch organizational skills, experience in a construction project, and fluency in mechanical and engineering installation practices and programming software like Asta PowerProject.

Aside from extreme organizational skills, one needs to have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Most importantly, one has to take initiative and solve problems.

The job requires full-time commitment with 37.5 hours per week, Monday through Friday. The starting salary is $49,000 to $63,000. It also offers comprehensive benefits package, 15% employer contribution pension scheme and a rage of catering and recreational facilities.

Meanwhile, the Queen gave the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a grand wedding gift. Her Majesty reportedly gifted the couple Adelaide Cottage and the couple loved it. However, Prince Harry and Markle were not allowed to redecorate it because it is a heritage property.

The cottage is not privately own and is part of the Crown Estate, so the Sussexes don’t own it but only acquired it for a long lease. The Adelaide Cottage is listed as Grade II property.

In related news, Prince Harry and Markle have been slammed for excessive security. The Sussexes are no longer working royals, but they still maintain 15 protection officers, which is too much especially after they announced that they wanted to be private citizens.

“15 is excessive. Little do they know, no one is interested in them. They should have 4 at most, and why can’t they hire an assistant to do their coffee runs?” @bellisima107 wrote on Twitter.

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Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are photographed. AFP/Tolga AKMEN