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Inside Frogmore, Prince Harry and Meghan moves to Windsor


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Move to Frogmore Chalet (Picture: Tim Rooke / REX / Shutterstock)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle move to Frogmore's cottage in the new year to set up their home for their future child.

Meghan is believed to be due around April, which means it will have four good months to make it home once the renovation works have been completed this year.

It's a surprise move, since everyone had to move alongside Prince William and Kate Middleton in apartment 1 at Kensington Palace

However, due to the desire of the Duke and Duchess Sussex to keep their unborn child out of public view, they decided to move to Frogmore's hut, inside Windsor Castle, where they married in May.

William, Harry, Meghan and Kate will no longer be neighbors (Picture: Paul Grover – WPA Pool / Getty Images)

So what's offered at Frogmore Cottage?

First, why Frogmore?

It was a gift of the Queen and, more importantly, it is one of the royal residences that remains empty, being used only for public or private functions.

Millions of pound renovation work on Frogmore Cottage will also be less costly for the taxpayer than the renovation of apartment 1 at Kensington Palace.

The Palace Statement said: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will move to Frogmore Cottage on Windsor Estate early next year, preparing for the arrival of their first child.

"The couple lived at Cottage Nottingham from their commitment last year.

"Windsor is a very special place for His Royal Heights and I am grateful that their official residence will be on their property.

– The Duke and Duchess Office will continue to be founded at Kensington Palace.

Frogmore Cottage is currently renovated before moving (Picture: KGC Photo Agency LLP)

How's it inside?

The second-tier building is a five-bedroom house that was previously divided into five units to accommodate royal staff.

It will not only provide space for Harry, Meghan, their child and the two dogs; will also provide a home home for Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, when she visits her nephew in the US.

They will also have to provide room for a nanny and a police protection officer. All of these works will be funded by taxpayers via the Sovereign Grant.

However, any decoration or new arrangements and arrangements will be paid by Harry and Meghan, as they are considered to be nonessential.


Frogmore Cottage is retreated, located in the rural area of ​​Berkshire, on an area of ​​35 acres.

It is located in the Frogmore House neighborhood, where princes Harry and Meghan held their evening wedding reception and took the engagement photos.

While it is now possible to go to the Frogmore Cottage, security will be stifled before Harry and Meghan move.

It means that Harry and Meghan have virtually no chance of being

However, at present, it is possible to go to the front gate at Frogmore Cottage.

In addition to the amazing theme of Windsor Castle, the Frogmore House has a lake that Harry and Meghan will undoubtedly escape to leave the city or for a picturesque walk with the baby in his trolley.

Who are their neighbors?

Goodbye to William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis, the neighbors of Harry and Meghan will be his grandfather and grandfather, the queen and Prince Philip.

Frogmore Cottage overlooks Frogmore House, a well-loved refuge in the Windsor area (Picture: Rex)


Frogmore House has been a favorite among the royalists for over 300 years, offering the perfect sanctuary outside of London.

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh enjoy the isolation of the Frogmore House as they raise their children (Picture: Rolls Press)

It is also where the American socialist Wallis Simpson and Edward VIII, who abdicated the departure of George VI – the queen's father – as king.

Frogmore Cottage was previously known as Double Garden Cottage.

Frogmore's name comes from the fact that there were many frogs in the area when it was built by Hugh May, the architect of Charles II.

It was built by Queen Charlotte in 1790 and used by her unmarried daughters.

Can you visit?

The Frogmore House is open to members of the public at limited times throughout the year. This is because it is still used as a private escape for members of the royal family.

The house is open for three days in the spring of June 5-7. These days, admission is from 10am to 5:30 pm and all income is donated for charity.

Indian Kiosk in Frogmore Gardens (Image: VisitBritain)
Frogmore Gardens (Picture: REX / Shutterstock)
Frogmore Gardens (Picture: REX / Shutterstock)

Pre-registered groups of 15 or more people can visit the royal household from 1 to 31 August on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, when the house is open from 10:00 to 17:00.

Prices vary from 10.30 to 30 euros per person, depending on whether you want a private tour or not.

For more information, visit the Frogmore House website.

(Picture: Alexi Lubomirski)
(Picture: Alexi Lubomirski)
Image taken from Google Earth from Frogmore Cottage on Windsor Park, where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will travel (Picture: PA)

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