Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Have Moved to Windsor Ahead of Royal Baby’s Birth
Heavily Pregnant Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Have Officially Moved Out Of Their Kensington Palace Home To Their New Cottage In Windsor.
- Meghan Markle and Prince Harry moved to Windsor Castle’s Frogmore Cottage.
- Their new home is close to St. George’s Chapel where they married last year.
- Their new home features ten rooms.
- The cottage also features a separate nursery for the baby.
- They moved to their new home on April 4.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who are expecting their first child in just a couple of days, moved to their Windsor Castle’s Frogmore Cottage. The cottage is close to the house where the pair held their evening wedding reception, and their engagement pictures were taken.
It is still not confirmed when the pair made the transition, but sources reported that they moved on April 4.
Their new house, which is located around 25 miles west of London, is very special for the couple. The duo decided and announced to move to Windsor castle just a month after Meghan announced her pregnancy in November.
Harry and Markle were living in Kensington Palace’s Nottingham Cottage since their engagement. The cottage is two bedroom home, thus, was not the home for long-term-residence especially after they had children.
A close source revealed that the soon to be parents are resolved to build a sanctuary for their little happy family as they are having a very happy moment in their life. The baby has even made them closer.
The Windsor castle needed many significant renovations as it was previously divided into five units as home to the palace staff. The cottage has more space for the children and is also a very special place for the couple.
Their new home features ten rooms and a separate nursery for the baby.
As part of their new house, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had launched their own official Instagram account @SussexRoyal. Their Instagram broke a record of hitting one million followers just within six hours of being launched.