The staff who help run the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Berkshire home are to be deployed elsewhere when the couple are in Canada.
The Duchess of Sussex has carried out another charity visit in Canada amid the crisis surrounding her future as a royal.
One of Canada’s biggest newspapers has slammed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to leave the palace, saying the country “cannot become (their) home”.
A survey has revealed that nearly three-quarters of Canadians feel that the country should not be paying any of the costs for Harry and Meghan's relocation.
The Duchess of Sussex did not join the royal summit with the Queen and senior royals by phone and instead relied on her husband to put their case for a new independent life.
Boris Johnson has said he is “absolutely confident” the royal family can resolve the crisis around the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s future roles after his Canadian counterpart said much needs to be discussed about their move to his country.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has said there is still much to discuss over the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s move to his country after the Queen sanctioned the couple’s move.
Canada’s Prime Minister has said his government is “supportive” of Harry and Meghan’s move to the country but that the cost still needs to be discussed.
The Queen has sent a message of condolence to the Governor-General of Canada following the Ukrainian International Airlines disaster.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly flown their beloved dogs to Canada in what could be the biggest clue yet about where they will set up a home for the future.
The US has promised “appropriate action” in response to its assessment that an Iranian missile was responsible for downing a Ukrainian airliner that crashed outside Tehran.