"A lot of their [the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's] team will be shared amongst the Duke of York, and Prince Edward, and Princess Anne," Scobie says in the episode. "The same communications staff that are working across this sort of general office there [at Buckingham Palace] will also be at their disposal, too. They won't be having their own kind of exclusive team just for themselves.
"From what I understand, their budget for the team wasn't particularly big, and it was actually Prince William who had to step in and fight to get Harry a little bit more money to spend on building a team because he understands what this means to Harry and how much he wants to achieve and also how important Harry and Meghan are for the image, the brand and the future of the royal family."
Andrews added that "the office at Buckingham Palace will be funded in three parts: it's being funded privately by the Prince of Wales from the Duchy of Cornwall and the Queen from the Duchy of Lancaster, their private incomes, and then their communications team will be paid for by the sovereign grant, which is the taxpayer money that's given to the Queen to pay for members of the royal family."
She also said, "We understand Charles and the Queen did not want the Sussexes to have their own independent household, and indeed, how could they have their own independent household, because the money has to come from somewhere."
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