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Pregnant Princess Eugenie Has Moved to Prince Harry & Meghan's Former Home at Frogmore Cottage

Lois Oladejo
Nov 24, 2020
04:00 A.M.
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Princess Eugenie is making some significant accommodation changes as she gears up to start a family with her husband, Jack Brooksbank. With Prince Harry and Meghan Markle no longer in Britain, she has found the perfect home.

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According to reports, Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, have moved to Frogmore Cottage. The estate formerly belonged to the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry.

Now that the Prince lives across the pond with his family, Frogmore Cottage appears to have been uninhabited. So, nothing stopped Princess Eugenie from moving in.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at Goodwood Racecourse on July 30, 2015. | Photo: Getty Images

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at Goodwood Racecourse on July 30, 2015. | Photo: Getty Images

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A source explained to the news medium that the estate remains the U.K. residence of Prince Harry and Meghan. However, in their absence, they were more than happy to let Princess Eugenie have it.

Before their Frogmore move, Princess Eugenie’s family resided at the Ivy Cottage in Kensington Palace. With a child on the way, the couple will need some more space and better accommodations.

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The news source also noted that the pair has always had links with Windsor. They got married at a chapel not far from the Castle two years ago, and several family members live close by.

The Royal source revealed to People that removal vans had already come in to make the necessary changes and clear out items belonging to Prince Harry and Meghan.

All signs now point to a permanent stay in the United States for Prince Harry and Meghan.

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It definitely appears that Princess Eugenie is pulling out all the stops as she gets ready to begin a family with her partner. While this seems like a perfect setup, it could also signal Prince Harry’s willingness to stay in the United States for a long time.

News reports have highlighted that the move’s extent could signal that Prince Harry and Meghan are tying up loose ends and preparing for an extended stay.

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Asides from handing the keys to Princess Eugenie, the couple has also paid back the home’s renovation costs. The move, which was announced in September, was necessary since renovation costs are usually taxpayer-funded.

All signs now point to a permanent stay in the United States for Prince Harry and Meghan. The couple has had a pretty whirlwind year, changing homes on several occasions.

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After leaving the Royal Family, the couple had a brief stay in Canada. However, they moved to the United States over border closures and fear of the novel coronavirus.

Now, the couple lives in a reported $14 million mansion in Santa Barbara. With a new home, they are looking to the future with their son, Archie. Eventually, everyone seems happy. Princess Eugenie has a lovely home to raise her child, who they are expecting next year.

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