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After a few weeks of rumors, Kensington Palace was confirmed officially that Duke of Sussex left Nottingham Cottage.
The couple moved to a new residence, a rural house adjacent to Windsor Castle, to have their eldest child.
"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor early next year as they prepare for the arrival of their first child. The couple have stayed at Nottingham Cottage since their commitment last year.", said the statement.
"Windsor is a very special place for their nobles and they are grateful that their official residence is on the farm". The statement also acknowledged that Meghan and Harry's office "They will continue to have their headquarters in Kensington Palace."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and their new home
This new residence is located on the Windsor Castle grounds, has ten rooms, a children's room, a gym and a yoga room.
Queen Elizabeth II gave them a place because of sentimental value for Meghan and Harry, because there was an official photo of their commitment taken and where the post-wedding reception was held last May.
This place has a natural environment that occupies more than 133,000 square meters.
Frogmore House is where they want to form their own family and wait for the birth of their first child, scheduled for the following spring.
By: Paola Juárez @paolalyy
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