Despite earlier rumours of a yoga studio or mother-and-baby yoga room (with sprung wooden floors), the renovations include neither. Instead, the royals focused their attention on making the suitable family home, including upgrading heating, the electrical system and new gas and water mains.
"They've attended to the outside of the property, redecorating the exterior doors, windows and walls and upgrading some of the outbuildings — while also re-landscaping the garden and adding some extra garden lighting too," People reports.
As far as costs go, Buckingham Palace revealed on Monday that the the public forked out around $4.3 million AUD. However, “anything moveable” or in the cottage gardens has been paid for by Harry and Meghan themselves.
“If a member of the royal family says, ‘We want a better kitchen than you’re prepared to provide with public money,’ then that would fall to them privately and they would have to meet the cost,” adds the source. “If they want that higher specification, they have to pay the extra,” the People source explained.
It looks like Meg will have to find a yoga studio in Windsor for the time being. But on the upside, she has a pretty beautiful new home - oh, and a prince.
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