Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has agreed to a "period of transition" while details of a more "independent" Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are worked out.
The Queen said she had agreed that Prince Harry and Meghan could split their time between the UK and Canada but that "complex matters" would have to be resolved. She said that she'd ordered final plans to be drawn up in the coming days.
In a statement, the Queen said the family would have preferred the Duke and Duchess of Sussex "remain full-time working members of the royal family," but that they "respect and understand" Prince Harry and Meghan's "wish to live a more independent life."
The Queen said the family had "very constructive discussions on the future of my grandson and his family," sharing that they are "entirely supportive of Harry and Meghan's desire to create a new life as a young family."
The Queen also shared that there were "complex matters for my family to resolve," and no final agreement had been reached, specifically over Harry and Meghan's desire to become "financially independent."
The Royal couple has shared previously about the toll public scrutiny has taken on them.
I personally commend Harry for putting his bride first and protecting her.