Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are moving out of Kensington Palace
Rumours have been abounding for months that Prince Harry and his wife Duchess Meghan will be moving home. Now, Kensington Palace has finally confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be moving into Frogmore Cottage in Home Park in Windsor at the beginning of 2019.
Duchess Meghan (37), whose baby bump is getting bigger by the day, and Prince Harry (34) are moving. They will be leaving Kensington Palace behind and relocating to Windsor instead. They will be moving into Frogmore Cottage in Home Park in early 2019.
The Sun reported last Friday that, although Prince Harry and Prince William (36) have a great relationship, they do not want to live on top of each other any more, which is why Frogmore Cottage is being renovated at the moment ready for Meghan and Harry's arrival in 2019.
Harry and Meghan will be moving into Frogmore Cottage in Home Park
Frogmore Cottage is a lot bigger than your average cottage and boasts ten bedrooms. Harry and Meghan will have more room there, which they will no doubt need once their first born arrives in spring 2019. According to The Sun, they want to transform one of the bedrooms into a gym and yoga studio. The house also has five separate apartments for staff.
Kensington Palace released a statement confirming Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's move on Saturday morning.
Frogmore Cottage has long been a home to various members of the Royal Family, including Queen Mary, the Queen's grandmother.