Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are officially on the move. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are leaving Kensington Palace and relocating to their family’s Frogmore House estate.
The move will put 20 miles between Markle and her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton. Inside sources claim that Markle and Middleton’s secret feud is what fueled the couple’s decision to leave Kensington Palace.
“Kate and Meghan are very different people. They don’t really get on,” an insider dished.
Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton’s fans are fighting a fierce new royal feud https://t.co/lkbfgohsvy
— Patricia Treble (@PatriciaTreble) November 26, 2018
According to The Daily Beast, the Frogmore House estate is a 10-bedroom cottage located near Windsor Castle. The estate opens its doors to the public a few times a year and offers Harry and Markle plenty of privacy.
Markle’s mother, Doria, is expected to live with her and Harry at their new residence.
The palace has not addressed the feud rumors. The royal family insists that Markle and Harry cherish the Frogmore House because it is where they held their wedding reception last May.
The moving news comes weeks after rumors surfaced that Harry and Prince William are thinking about breaking up Kensington Palace into separate courts.
With a baby on the way, insiders claim that Harry is looking to go his own way and step out of his older brother’s shadow.
Harry and William have not confirmed the rumors, but his move away from Kensington Palace could be an early hint that the reports are true.
— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) November 26, 2018
Markle and Harry are expected to move into their new home sometime in early 2019.
The Frogmore House needs a little renovation before Harry and Markle can call it home. The estate was used to house palace staff and is divided into five separate units.
After the renovations are complete, the estate will boast a yoga studio, personal gym, and, of course, a nursery for the couple’s newest addition.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have lived in Nottingham Cottage — which is inside of Kensington Palace and next door to Kate Middleton and Prince William — ever since they tied the knot.