Cotswold Cottage is Harry and Meghan Markle's country house where they will be staying on their return to London
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It's called Cotswold Cottage the beautiful country house of Meghan Markle and Harry, considered by the couple to be the perfect refuge when traveling in Britain. The Dukes of Sussex currently live in the United States, but apparently they plan to return to London to visit the Royal Family, perhaps following William's advice, who a few days ago would have asked his brother to return to England.
For Frogmore Cottage, the villa to which they moved after the wedding, Meghan and Harry have decided to return the money to the Queen, but the same will not happen for Cotswold Cottage. Unknown to many and built away from prying eyes, this Sussex property is considered the "country house". Surrounded by greenery, it hosted Harry and Meghan after the wedding and has been modernized to welcome them. A love nest worth 5 million pounds and that dates back to the eighteenth century. In addition to the splendid view and privacy – a fundamental detail for the couple -, it offers numerous comforts. Not only a double kitchen and a splendid patio where you can admire the sunset over the English countryside, but also a gigantic walk-in closet, with a large wardrobe by Meghan Markle, and several bedrooms. The couple's staff would stay in another cottage, ensuring maximum confidentiality.
In the past, Cotswold Cottage hosted the closest friends of Lady Diana and Meghan Markle's second son, from Amal and George Clooney to Serena Williams, up to Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas. The country house is undoubtedly the most loved property by Meghan who has not wanted to give up the cottage and, according to some tabloids, she plans to stay right there when she returns to England. The Sussex have been living in the United States for months, but sooner or later they will have to return to London to meet the rest of the Royal Family. To date, the meeting has been postponed, but Harry would plan a trip to Britain, probably driven by guilt for not returning home after Carlo had tested positive for Coronavirus, ignoring Kate's requests. Middleton and William.