The couple is also in the process of moving from a cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace, where William and Kate live, to a new home on the royal family's Windsor Estate.
Royal commentator Omid Scobie shared Kensington Palace's official announcement, which stated that the royal couples would be splitting up their staffs and bringing in new individuals to their respective private offices and households. But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may decide to go rogue when it comes to naming their firstborn, and where better to get inspiration from than their own family trees?
Fans are predicting the royal bub will arrive at the end of April, as Meghan's sister-in-law, Kate, had her final engagement on March 22 past year before going on maternity leave.
The Daily Mail reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Household (the residence and administrative headquarters of their staff) will be located at Buckingham Palace and the Queen has given the development the go-ahead.
According to United Kingdom reports, this usually occurs about two weeks before the birth of a royal baby.
'The Duke of Sussex now has his own private office, which has been supporting the Duchess since Their Royal Highness's engagement in November 2017.
Sara Latham, an American who is now managing partner at Freuds PR agency, was named as the duke's new communications chief.
Latham will be directly reporting to the Queen's communications secretary.
This week, Markle attended a private meeting with a few executives at Kensington Palace.
It was reported the split just involved a move to different locations as Markle and her husband are set to the cottage, ahead of the arrival of their first child due sometime in spring. According to online betting agency Betway, Diana is the favoured name for Meghan and Harry's firstborn child at 6/1, reports the Daily Express.
For all their lives they have been seen as brothers in arms, the nation's favourite royal double act.