Where do Meghan and Harry live? The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are moving from Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage

11 March 2019, 17:14

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are to move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor before the baby's born
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are to move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor before the baby's born. Picture: Getty

Ahead of the birth of the new royal baby, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are moving out of London to their new home in Windsor.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have decided to move away from the hustle and bustle of the Big Smoke and relocate to the countryside.

But where is Frogmore Cottage? Here's the lowdown on the royal couple's new digs.

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Where do Meghan and Harry live?

Currently, Meghan and Harry reside in Nottingham Cottage, which is located within the grounds of Kensington Palace.

Following the announcement of their engagement in November 2017, Meghan moved into Harry's bachelor pad, where he's been living for several years now.

It was also where Prince Harry proposed to Meghan, while they were roasting a chicken!

The exact move date hasn't been confirmed, but as Meghan is due imminently, it is suspected it will be in the next few weeks.

The stunning Frogmore Cottage is also a Grade II-listed property
The stunning Frogmore Cottage is also a Grade II-listed property. Picture: Getty

Where is Frogmore Cottage?

Considering the couple's connection to Windsor, Berkshire - the location of their stunning wedding last May - it's no surprise Meghan and Harry have decided to relocate to the countryside ahead of the birth of their first child.

Nestled within the Windsor Estate, Frogmore Cottage is a ten-bed house and Grad II-listed property.

According to reports, Meghan's mother Doria Ragland will also be moving into one of the property's many rooms.

The construction of Frogmore House began in 1680 by King Charles II, on land bought by Henry VIII during the 16th century.

Interestingly, Edward VIII and his wife Wallis Simpson are buried in the grounds.

The cottage got its name from the surrounding marshlands, which attracts frogs. The gorgeous property is very close to the banks of the River Thames.