Prince Harry and Meghan Markle vacate Royal compound three years after leaving British monarchy | Royals

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle vacate Royal compound three years after leaving British monarchy |  Royals

Three years after leaving the British monarchy, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have vacated their royal compound. Information confirmed by Michael StevensResponsible for the properties of the English Crown.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have permanently moved out of their home at Frogmore Cottage, a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth. A luxurious mansion was built near Windsor Castle in West London Queen Charlotte At the beginning of the 19th century.

Although they moved to California with their children, Archie4 years old, and Lilibet Diana2, the couple stayed at the place when they visited England.

It will be recalled that the couple had already been kicked out by King Charles III in March. The reason is that the book “Spare” (“what’s left”, in Portuguese) will be published. The work brings back memories of Prince Harry’s childhood, including his conflicts, particularly with his brother Prince William.

Michael Stevens told the British press: “We can confirm that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have vacated Frogmore Cottage. We will not go into detail about these arrangements here.” In this way, Harry and Meghan severed all ties with England.

However, Stevens did not confirm whether the cottage will now become an official residence Prince Andrew, King Charles’ brother, was speculated earlier in the year. Elizabeth’s third son has been stripped of his royal duties after being accused of sexual abuse. Virginia Gueufre.

Reforms made by the Dukes of Sussex

When they moved into Frogmore Cottage in 2018, Meghan and Harry began a multi-million dollar renovation of the property. But these works were carried out on public funds, angering taxpayers. Therefore, when they decided to no longer be part of the royal family, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had to return about 2.4 million US dollars (or R$ 12.5 million) to the British exchequer.

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Michael Stevens acknowledged these improvements in the property’s vacancy notice. “The Duke and Duchess have met the costs incurred by the Sovereign Grant in connection with the restoration of Frogmore Cottage, leaving the Crown with a much improved resource,” he said.

Frogmore Cottage – Photograph: Reproduction: Royal Collection Trust

Frogmore Cottage – Photograph: Reproduction: Royal Collection Trust

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