The Duke and Duchess had plans to move home in March, but they had to wait a few weeks, as the reforms were not complete. They made the change today, with just under a month to spend before the baby Sussex arrives.
There is not much information on the movement currently available. However, Express can confirm that Frogmore Cottage is a birthday gift from Queen Elizabeth.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will celebrate their first anniversary on May 19, 2019.
The reforms cost the couple about £ 3m, paid with personal wealth. The state will only pay for the safety changes made in homes, such as a panic room.
However, security-related expenses can be high, since Frogmore is less than 200 meters from the public Long Walk. All sides of the property are
"Construction and safety costs can reach 5 million pounds in the first year. There will have to be major safety reviews around this property because it is exposed virtually everywhere. "
He estimates that security costs would be a dramatic increase for the taxpayer "that could have been avoided had they decided to stay at Kensington Palace."
A gender-neutral baby nursery
As for interior design, Meghan has already contacted Vicky Charles, the designer of Soho Farmhouse. If there are rumors, the couple opted for a gender-neutral design for the baby's nursery.
Lush gardens, green fields and serene lake surround Frogmore Cottage. The grounds of Windsor offer more than enough space for the Baby Sussex play.
The main residence of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Windsor Castle, is a short walk from Frogmore Cottage.
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