Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Move to New Residence at Frogmore Cottage

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In preparation for the arrival of their first child together, a royal source confirms to ET that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have finally moved out of their two-bedroom home at Kensington Palace and into the 10-bedroom Frogmore Cottage. The pair has moved out of Kensington Palace and into their new home in Windsor, HELLO! royal correspondent Emily Nash confirmed.

The Sussexes has been living at Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace since announcing their engagement in November 2017.

The royal couple have taken the title from KPOP Idol Kang Daniel who achieved 1 million followers in 11 hours 36 minutes - double the amount of time it took Harry and Meghan.

Work on the listed property in Berkshire - including changing it from staff apartments into one mansion - overran and it was reported that the couple made constant design changes, meaning the builders fell behind schedule.

She and Harry have decided that rather than go somewhere as public as the Lindo they will allow Meghan to recover somewhere more private.

Their new home - Frogmore Cottage - sits in the grounds of Frogmore House, where they held their wedding reception in May 2018.

Prince Charles is said to have also supported the move.

Frogmore Cottage has been completely remodeled over the past few months, a process Meghan has been involved in every step of the way.

The name Frogmore is derived from the frogs which have always lived in the low-lying marshy area.

Harry and Meghan's office will be based at Buckingham Palace.

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