Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will continue to use Frogmore Cottage when they return to the UK despite reportedly also allowing Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank to move in, royal commentators have suggested.
The Sussexes reportedly bid farewell to their home in Windsor after handing over the keys to Princess Eugenie last month.
But, according to ITV’s royal correspondents Lizzie Robinson and Chris Ship, Harry and Meghan will also stay at Frogmore should they return to the UK and will have to “bunk up” with their relatives.
Mr Ship told listeners of the Royal Rota: "We were told by a source in Harry and Meghan's office that they would have probably been back here much sooner had it not been for Covid.
"In any case, it's the kind of place that they would have to stay if they were going to come over for the court case, which we now know has also been delayed.
"So Frogmore Cottage might get a bit crowded if Harry and Meghan do want to come over for a little stay in the UK because they're going to bunk up.”
Chris said he had been told that the Sussexes have retained financial responsibility for the house and are “delighted” to have opened their home to Eugenie and Jack.
“But they will also stay with them when they're over here,” he continued.
“The baby's due in the new year in the spring so you could end up with Harry and Meghan and Archie, and Eugenie and Jack and their baby all shacked up in there.
“The property was originally five separate cottages and I've read that it's got something like five bedrooms potentially.”
As Lizzie pointed out, Eugenie and Harry share a close bond so sharing a house together will likely be no problem at all.
"I think it's really lovely for them that they can go and stay,” she added.
"They'll be very close to not only Granny but also they're not far from Royal Lodge, which is just up the road."
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