Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly eyeing a luxury property in Cotswolds ahead of their baby’s arrival.
Zoe Forsey, the acting audience editor for Mirror, claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will soon leave the farm house that they have been renting since May 2018 in Great Tew in Cotswolds. However, since Prince Harry and Markle love Cotswolds so much, they are looking at renting another property there.
A source claimed that the royal couple already has a few options in mind including a luxury Roman Villa on Beaconsfield Farm.
“The Duke and Duchess especially the Duchess love Oxfordshire and have become very attracted to it with its peaceful setting and tranquility…The surrounding countryside is fantastic. The move to Frogmore Cottage is expected to get underway at the start of March as they move away from Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace and stop leasing their £2.5 million Cotswold property,” the source said.
As of late, Kensington Palace, Prince Harry, and Markle have not yet confirmed their plans to move or rent to Cotswolds. But during a recent interview with People, one of the “Suits” alum’s friends said that the royal couple’s life in Nottingham Cottage has been very simple.
“We’ve all been to their cottage. It’s small and she’s made it cozy, but the perception of their lifestyle and the reality are two different things,” Markle’s friend said.
The unnamed friend also said that Markle is the one that cooks for herself and Prince Harry every day. This debunks initial claims that Markle has turned into a diva ever since she joined the royal family.
One of Markle’s friends from Los Angeles also recounted a time when she and Markle stayed in the cottage by themselves because Prince Harry wasn’t around. The friend said that Markle prepared lovely meals and made tea for them every day. The pal also said that Markle enjoyed wiping the feet of her dogs because they got all muddy from playing outside