Meghan Markle and Harry of Sussex leave Frogmore Cottage to Princess Eugenie

The country house known as Frogmore Cottage that Queen isabel II gave as a wedding gift to prince harry Y Meghan Markle, was occupied for a very short time by the controversial couple, because a few weeks after the birth of their child, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, They decided to leave the UK and give up their senior roles to move initially to Canada and then to California.

But after several incidents between the new Netflix producers and the royal family, according to “The Sun”, the couple definitely removed all the belongings that were still in the property to make way for the new tenants: Princess Eugenia and her husband Jack Brooksbank.


However, what is most striking is that the move took place in the middle of the night. According to the outlet, sources said that “the moving vans got up in the dark of the night and cleaned the cabin. They definitely didn’t want to be seen. “

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Therefore it is thought that dukes of sussex They do not plan to return to the UK, although “Frogmore Cottage” would remain their official residence, as it is also unknown whether they gave the keys to Queen Elizabeth II.

It is said that items such as valuable furniture were seen at Meghan and Harry’s California home.

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Although until recently it was announced that Frogmore Cottage would be used as a cellar, it is now rumored that both Princess Eugenie, Prince Harry’s cousin, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a private agreement on the country house; however, its duration is unknown. It should be noted that the residence had been remodeled by Harry and Meghan with their little son Archie in mind. Although now the cabin is perfect for Princess Eugenia who announced her pregnancy in September.

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