Meghan Markle and Prince Harry let Princess Eugenie move into their home

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry let Princess Eugenie move into their home

A report from the United Kingdom publication The Sun published on Friday claimed that Harry and Markle's belongings were removed from Frogmore Cottage while Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank moved in.

Princess Eugenie is due to give birth to the couple's first child early next year.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have welcomed new residents into their United Kingdom home.

People confirmed the news, stressing that the home still technically belongs to Meghan and Harry.

Now, it's claimed Harry and Meghan have given Frogmore Cottage - within the grounds of Windsor Castle - to Princess Eugenie.

A royal insider source says the rest of the royal family were very much kept out of the loop. Prince Harry's parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana, are particularly depicted somewhat negatively in the latest season, leaving many to question his choice to partner with the streaming service during a time when his relationship with his family was already strained.

By driving such a wedge between themselves and their bloodline, it's only a matter of time before the Duke and Duchess lose their relevance and turn the royal-loving public into an enemy. Princess Eugenie and her sister, Princess Beatrice, are the two daughters of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.

It comes after the publication claimed Harry and Meghan moved all of their possessions out of the house "in the dead of the night" to have them shipped to their Californian home, signalling they have moved away for good.

But reports suggest that the partnership was a calculated move to ensure that the show ceased production before its timeline reached Meghan Markle's induction into the royal family.

The Mirror reported that Harry and Meghan used their deal to make demands about the future series of The Crown - in particular that it end before their dramas.

Rebecca English, the royal editor at the Daily Mail, tweeted that Buckingham Palace representatives said that the home remains Harry and Markle's "private residence."

Aside from a video call in August, when Prince Harry told members of the Rugby Football League that he wants to return to his homeland to watch the upcoming World Cup in fall 2021, the couple has not spoken publicly about explicit plans to return to the UK.

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