Meghan Markle's mum Doria Ragland to move in with her and Harry

Meghan Markle's mum Doria Ragland to move in with her and Harry

Harry and Meghan announced their baby news last month just hours after landing in Australia for their first major tour together.

Prince Harry and Meghan are moving to Windsor early next year.

According to the official version, this step a couple will be decided through the birth of the first child which should be born in the spring.

Now Prince Harry and Meghan Markle live at Kensington Palace in London with his brother Prince Harry William, Duke of Cambridge and his family.

Grade II-listed Frogmore Cottage was apparently gifted to them by Queen Elizabeth, and holds a special place in the couple's hearts, as they held their wedding reception at Frogmore House, across the road. The new home is said to need major work to be fit for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with plans reportedly to include 10 bedrooms, a new nursery, a gym and a yoga studio.

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"The initial plan was for Harry and Meghan to move out of their cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace and into one of the main apartments".

The Queen's grandson and his new wife will soon call Frogmore Cottage (formerly known as Double Garden Cottage) in the Home Park, Windsor, their new permanent home, but will only move in once a large refurbishment to turn it from staff accommodation back into a family home is complete.

He added that Meghan and Kate are two very different people.

This is the money the monarch receives from the Crown Estate, a Kensington Palace spokesperson told the publication, explaining whatever is left over goes to the British Government.

This will become their official residence, while their office will continue to be based at Kensington Palace.

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In the past, Harry has said he expects the world's interest in him to fade as the Cambridges' children grow older.

The cottage and house were called Frogmore because of the many frogs that resided in the marshy area near the River Thames.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are transforming Frogmore Cottage into the flawless family home before relocating from London to Windsor early next year.

"The truth is there simply isn't enough room at Kensington Palace for them and I know they have been looking at Windsor as a possibility since before the wedding".

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