Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are changing their initial plans and leaving Kensington Palace to move to Frogmore Cottage as they prepare to have their baby.
Kensington Palace say they will then move into Frogmore Cottage in the grounds of Windsor Castle where they celebrated their wedding reception.
But now it the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to move after the Queen gave them Frogmore Cottage, a 10-bedroom cottage in the grounds of Windsor Castle which is currently undergoing a multi-million pound refurbishment.
"The Duke and Duchess's office will continue to be based at Kensington Palace". But first, the prince and the former actress will undertake a major renovation to convert the ten-bedroom Frogmore Cottage, which is now staff housing, into a proper family home.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge typically spend Christmas with the Queen.
It was officially announced in October that the couple were expecting their first child next spring. According to the Kensington Palace Twitter feed, Markle has been making regular visits to the kitchen since January.
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Image Harry and Meghan's new home is where they held their wedding reception back in May
The cottage is now divided into five units which were home to royal staff.
This move would also allow Meghan's mother Doria Ragland, who has just moved to the United Kingdom, to join them, and there would be room for a live-in nanny.
Frogmore Cottage was once home to Abdul Karim, Victoria's "Munshi", or teacher.
"They need more room and hope Frogmore Cottage will be ready in time for when they have the baby", a source told the publication.
The House is open to the public every August plus a number of charity open days.
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