(ANSA) – ROME, NOV 21 – Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle cut another bridge with the United Kingdom. A few weeks ago, in fact, they sold the house that Queen Elizabeth had given them, Frogmore Cottage, to Princess Eugenie who moved there with her husband Jack Brooksbank. According to the tabloid Sun, the move of the furniture of the dukes of Sussex took place during the night “to avoid attracting attention”. Harry’s cousin, a few months pregnant, and his wife took possession of the house in Windsor two weeks ago which is located not far from the Castle where the Queen and Philip are spending the lockdown. Harry and Meghan’s millionaire restoration of Frogmore Cottage had been the subject of numerous articles in the British tabloid press. In September, the Sussexes returned £ 2.4m paid from a court fund fed by British taxpayers’ money for the works on the residence. The dukes had agreed with the rest of the family to return the sum at the time of their decision to renounce the status of senior members of the family (with attached official duties of representation) to move to California with little Archie. (HANDLE).