Despite rumours that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would move out of Nottingham Cottage and into the 21-bedroom Kensington Palace apartment next door to Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are leaving Kensington Palace altogether, having moved into Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor Estate ahead of the arrival of their first child.
Frogmore Cottage already holds a special place in the Duke and Duchess' heart as it was where they held their private evening wedding party and where their engagement photos were taken.
The residence has recently been used to house members of the royal staff and is underwent major renovations ahead of Harry and Meghan moving in this year. Among the renovations include the addition of a yoga studio, a nursery and a bedroom for Doria Ragland.
According to The Telegraph, Frogmore Cottage was turned into "into a family home with modern amenities," which also includes a spa.
"It needs major building work to turn it back into a luxury family home, boasting 10 bedrooms & a new nursery plus space for a gym & yoga studio," royal reporter Emily Andrews wrote on Twitter in 2018. "Currently it’s been chopped up into 5 units where palace staff have been living."