Eugenia, expecting her first child, has decided to leave Meghan and Harry's old home for a new accommodation
Meghan Markle, the secret agreement with Eugenie of York for Frogmore Cottage
It is very close to the arrival of another royal baby, the baby of Eugenia of York and Jack Brooksbank: the date of birth has never been revealed, but the couple had announced that they would become parents in early 2021. In view of the happy event, Andrea and Sarah Ferguson's second child and her husband had moved to Frogmore Cottage.
The residence, a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth, should have been the main residence of Meghan Markle and Harry, but apparently the Dukes of Sussex had sold the mansion to Eugenia and her wife – causing quite a bit of controversy – while specifying that that house would be remained their official home in Great Britain.
The couple's stay at Frogmore Cottage, however, was very short, specifically only six weeks. The reason is soon said, even if this second move of Eugenia from York and Jack had aroused a lot of gossip: the mansion, despite having been recently renovated (it seems that Harry and Meghan have spent thousands of pounds to refurbish it), is just 15 minutes from Heathrow Airport.
This would make the residence unlivable for Princess Eugenie and her husband, all the more so considering the imminent arrival of the baby. A source close to the Royal Family revealed it to the Daily Mail: "The noise is terrible, no mystery".
So the future parents decided to move – again – to the Royal Lodge, in Windsor, the residence where the Duke of York and his ex-wife Sarah live. The couple had already spent their first lockdown in the residence, also spending more time with the Princess's family.
Sarah Ferguson in fact, in an episode of the City Island Podcast, had admitted: “I loved spending more time with Eugenia and Jack. I haven't seen her much since she got married and now it was a pleasure to be able to spend quality time with her ".
The 19th century property, which welcomed the Queen Mother until her passing, is the much larger Frogmore Cottage. It has 30 bedrooms, a private chapel and a separate residence for the service staff. The Royal Lodge would therefore seem to be the perfect choice for Eugenia and Jack, who can't wait to hug their little one and also for the family, who will be able to enjoy the joy of the baby on the way.