Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have welcomed new residents into their U.K. home. Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank moved into the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. People confirmed the news, stressing that the home still technically belongs to Meghan and Harry. Apparently the now-California lovin’ pair are thrilled to have their close family members holding down the fort.
“Frogmore is a private residence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and any arrangements is a matter for them,” a Buckingham Palace spokesperson told People. Meghan, 39, and Harry’s, 36, belongings were packed and couriered off to their California mansion ahead of their arrival. Eugenie, 30, and Jack, 34, reportedly moved in about two weeks ago.
It seems like Eugenie and Jack, who are preparing to welcome their first child into the world, will hunker down there for a while. The cottage is an ideal location for the parents-to-be, as it’s a stone’s throw away from Eugenie’s royal parents Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s Royal Lodge home. We also know the home is already baby-proofed, having been a wonderful place for Harry and Meghan to raise Archie Harrison for a blip.
Of course, now the Sussexs are happily soaking up the sunshine on their $14 million California estate. The nine-bedroom mansion is nestled in the elite Montecito community of Santa Barbara. Once the baby comes, we’re sure Eugenie will pay a visit (if she hasn’t already). Cousins Eugenie and Harry have always shared a close bond. Growing up, the pair had many adventures out and about in London, so it’s only natural that they support each other today.