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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ready to give up Frogmore Cottage: Too expensive


When they were still in the United Kingdom, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had made their home at Frogmore Cottage. But since their move to Santa Barbara, and their increasingly rare visits to the land of the royal family with whom they are on the outs, the couple from Sussex could well draw a line on the expensive house …

After a smashing departure from the United Kingdom and an installation that does not stop to make talk in a luxury mansion in Santa Barbara, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could well consider separating from their house of Frogmore Cottage where they had settled after leaving the Cambridge and Kensington Palace. Not only did the Sussex couple have to pay back renovations and a more than hefty £2.4 million bill, but they also had to cover the rent of the property from June 2020 until March 2022 reports Hello.

Now settled in the United States, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could therefore decide to part with the expensive building at the end of the lease. In cold with the royal family, the parents of little Archie do not frankly multiply the comings and goings … And the relations do not seem to be calming down. The couple could then decide to give up the building, to eventually find another more affordable place to live.

Frogmore Cottage lent by Harry and Meghan to Eugenie of York and her husband
Arriving in the United Kingdom to attend the unveiling of the statue in tribute to his mother Lady Diana in the gardens of Kensington Palace, Prince Harry resides for the time being at Frogmore Cottage. A house rich in memories that housed the first cries of his son Archie, but also served as the setting for his incredible wedding reception with Meghan Markle in May 2018.


The Duke of Sussex, who placed himself in seclusion, a health crisis obliges, joined his cousin, Princess Eugenie, who took up residence there with her husband Jack Brooksbank in November 2020. “It was Harry who suggested that she and Jack could use Frogmore Cottage because it is much larger than their cottage at Kensington Palace” had made known a source. A nice attention from Prince Harry, who offered his cousin the opportunity to move into the building a few months before the arrival of their first baby, a little August, born on February 9. Proof that the Duke of Sussex and Princess Eugenie have always been very close.

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