The Prince harry Y Meghan Markle they made their house available Frogmore Cottage in Windsor to his cousin, the Princess eugenie, her husband Jack Brooksbank, and her newborn son. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex lent the new parents their residence, a gift from the Queen isabel II. The family of three reportedly left London’s Portland Hospital on Friday after giving birth to the 11th royal heir on Tuesday, February 9.
Frogmore Cottage is the perfect place for Eugenia and Jack to spend their first days as a family of three, before returning to their residence at Kensington Palace. The property is close to the Royal Lodge, where Eugenia’s parents Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew live. New grandparents will be able to be close to their grandchild, despite COVID-19 restrictions.
The house is also close to Windsor Castle, where His Majesty, 94, and her husband, Prince Philip, 99, remain isolated. The move to Frogmore Cottage shows how close Harry and Eugenie are. When the official announcement of Eugenia’s pregnancy was made, one of the first to congratulate her was Harry. Eugenia had always been more than a cousin to Harry. They were also the closest of friends, “say Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand in the book” Finding Freedom. “
Of all the Queen’s grandchildren, Harry and Eugenie have one of the most natural connections. Like Harry, Eugenia is loyal, honest and a lot of fun, “the authors emphasize. Eugenia and Jack also share great similarities with Harry and Meghan. The two were married in 2018 at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. Following the withdrawal of the Sussexes from the UK, at the end of 2020 they gave their Frogmore Cottage to Eugenia and Jack to stay as long as they wanted.
Now, more recently, Eugenia gave birth at Portland Hospital in London, where she and her older sister, Princess Beatrice, 33, were born. Meghan also gave birth to her son Archie in that same medical compound, in May 2019. The Duke of Sussex will travel to the United Kingdom in the coming months to reunite with his family, as long as the COVID-19 pandemic allows it.