Charles III will miss Harry and Meghan’s second home

Harry’s autobiographical works of art excelled at Frogmore Cottage. Their British residence was confiscated by the king.

By JLB with AFP

Frogmore Cottage was given as a wedding gift by Elizabeth II to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in 2018.
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I amThe towel is burning between Harry and Meghan and the royal family. At this point, it seems that their relationship has reached a point of no return. According to the newspaper the sun And telegramBuckingham Palace has issued an “eviction notice” from Frogmore Cottage

The 5-bedroom Frogmore Cottage near Windsor Castle in West London was given to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as a wedding gift by Elizabeth II in 2018. The couple’s renovations cost a staggering €2 million at taxpayers’ expense, and Prince Harry had to pay them back as soon as his exit with Meghan Markle was recorded.

According to the sunCharles III will not propose a new residence to the “Sussex” so that they will miss out on any royal addresses during their rare visits to the UK, which appears to be a concession after Harry’s release in early January. His book changeIn it he settles scores with his family.

He specifically describes a violent argument with his older brother William, the heir to the throne, about his wife Meghan, and accuses Queen Consort Camilla of leaking private conversations to the press.

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Prince Andrew was also forced to move

With the couple already fighting in court to get back their special police protection, the decision could worsen conflicts within the agency. Two months after the King’s coronation, the question of whether Harry and Meghan will attend the ceremony has yet to be officially decided, even though some media have reported that they have been invited.

According to the sun, the monarch reportedly asked Prince Andrew to live at Frogmore Cottage to ease the lifestyle of his younger brother, who currently resides at the luxurious property of Royal Lodge in Windsor. Andrew fell out of favor after allegations of sexual assault and his friendship with the late American financier Jeffrey Epstein, who was accused of sexually abusing minors. The king will consider withdrawing his annual allowance of 250,000 pounds (about 283,000 euros).

Read moreCoronation of Charles III: The stars will not come and singBuckingham Palace, contacted by Agence France-Presse, declined to comment on the report.

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