Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might be looking for a new place to settle down. The royal couple is reportedly thinking about leaving Kensington Palace and buying a mansion of their own — and they don’t want it to be anywhere near Prince William and Kate Middleton. Is this the first signs of an impending split in Kensington Palace?
Inside sources claim that Harry and Markle want to move out because they need more room for their growing family. The two are currently shacking up inside Kensington Palace, right next door to William and Middleton.
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But with a baby on the way, Harry and Markle are shopping around for roomier accommodations. The couple could always find more space within the confines of Kensington Palace, but sources say that is not the direction they are going.
“Harry and Meghan want to move, and need more space, but they don’t want to live next door to William and Catherine,” an insider dished.
The rumors of Harry and Markle moving out come amid reports that the brothers want to split Kensington Palace into two distinct offices. According to People, Harry wants to distance himself from his brother, who will become Prince of Wales one day, and forge his own identity.
Although Harry and William have always been close, Harry believes it is time for him to venture out on his own and step out of his older brother’s shadow. Sources claim that Markle has been encouraging Harry to break out on his own and fully supports his decision to do so.
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Harry and Markle have also come to the realization that they want different things in life than William and Middleton, which is why they want to go their own way.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not commented on the moving rumors. The couple, who tied the knot back in May, just announced that they are expecting their first child together.
The newest member of the royal family is due sometime in the spring, though an official due date has not been announced.