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Frogmore Cottage: Meghan and Harry’s stuff moved on the sly


The belongings of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were removed from Frogmore Cottage and sent to their home in Montecito. Princess Eugenie is now installing her own things.

It has been almost a year since Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle moved to North America. At the end of last winter, the couple discreetly and without telling anyone, organized their move from England to a new life thousands of miles away. Now, they and their son Archie live in Montecito, a wealthy town near Santa Barbara, which is two hours north of Los Angeles.

Several months after leaving England, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle love their new life, having lived for two years at Frogmore Cottage. Remember, the couple moved there in April 2018, one month after their wedding. According to the Daily Mail, a van was spotted on Monday, November 23rd, on its way to the Royal Residence to pick up the remaining belongings of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The couple’s belongings were removed from the property at nightfall, out of sight. Then, the furniture, objects and accessories of all kinds were sent to California to return to their owners.

The York couple moving in

It seems that Frogmore Cottage is returning to Princess Eugenie, currently pregnant with her first child, the fruit of her love affair with her husband Jack Brooksbank. The couple are about to move into the royal residence in their turn, thanks to a nice agreement with the Sussex couple.

Previously, they lived at Ivy Cottage, within the grounds of Kensington Palace in London. As the tabloid explains, by moving, Princess Eugenie and her husband are moving closer to the Royal Lodge which is 6 km away, where Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson live. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip will not be far either, as they live in Windsor Castle, less than a kilometer away.

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