Britain’s Prince Harry (38) and his wife Meghan (41) have to vacate Frogmore Cottage in the grounds of Windsor Castle. A spokesperson for the couple confirmed this to British news agency PA. Accordingly, the request for the move came shortly after Prince Harry’s biography was published on January 10.
In the book, Harry revealed countless details from the royal family’s private life and made serious allegations against his brother William (40) and his stepmother Camilla (75). The British media had already reported that his father was King Charles III. (74) In anger over the book he took property at Windsor from both – but without naming the source.
Is Andrew coming in?
According to media reports, Charles has reportedly given the property to his younger brother Prince Andrew, 63. For cost reasons, he had to leave his largest residence, the Royal Lodge, which is also in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Harry and Meghan inherited the ten-bedroom Frogmore Cottage from the late Queen Elizabeth II after their wedding in 2018. Initially refurbished at £2.4million (€2.7million) cost to taxpayers. The couple later repaid the amount.
Two years later, after they split from the royal family’s inner circle in a dispute, they rarely stayed at Windsor. The couple now resides in the US state of California with their two children Archie (3) and Lilibet (1).
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