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The Sussexes’ Belongings Were Moved from Frogmore Cottage

Looks like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are officially done living at Frogmore Cottage. Though, that’s been apparent for quite a while now considering they live full-time in California!

According to The Sun, Windsor Castle staff “stripped” Harry and Meghan’s remaining belongings (including framed photos) from the home after Harry’s trip to the UK for Princess Diana’s statue unveiling — though it’s not clear who organized the removal.

“Staff from Windsor Castle were in Frogmore just days after Harry flew back to California after the statue unveiling. They cleared out his personal possessions such as framed pictures he had left behind in his and Meghan’s old bedroom, “a source told the outlet.” Harry had been staying in one end of the cottage, separated from Eugenie and her family. He stayed in his and Meghan’s old bedroom which was left largely untouched since he was last there. ”

Apparently the items are expected to be shipped to Harry and Meghan’s home in Montecito.

Considering that Princess Eugenie currently lives in Frogmore Cottage with her husband Jack Brooksbank and their new son, August, it makes a lot of sense that Harry would move out his remaining belongings! Meanwhile, The Sun speculates that the royal couple could “hand the luxury cottage back” this coming April, meaning they’ll likely find a new place to stay for future trips to England.

Harry is expected to return to the UK for the Queen’s Jubilee, though there are also reports that he could head home sooner for a larger celebration honoring Princess Diana.

Mehera Bonner Mehera Bonner is a news writer who focuses on celebrities and royals.

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