Prince Harry and his wife Megan Mark are trying to create a global "charity brand" without the bothering supervision of the royal family – but Queen and Prince Charles put the kibos on their plans
. The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex will create the official seven assistants and staff at the Buckingham Palace, under the watchful eyes of the Queen. The royal source told the London Times Sunday Times.
Their new offices will be separated from the house of Prince William, whose brothers have shared so far.
Officials insist that a break is a wise change for brothers and sisters with different royal duties.
But the ambitions of Sussex are causing a conflict on Chelsea's exquisite annual show in London this week.
Kate's Garden "Back to Nature" includes a small house on a tree, a waterfall, strawberries and a fire, where children can smoke marshmallows.
The Climate Change Garden in Africa, presented by Camfed, one of the major charity organizations Megan and Harry, boasts of solar panels, improved irrigation and drought-resistant crops.
The royal family has been kidding to keep Kate's design from glittering her glamor in law by ordering a charitable organization to keep Harry's photo out of their promotional materials for the event. and Kate, to the royal cottage in Windsor before the birth of her first child in April.