Reports reveal the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are being evicted from Frogmore Cottage, with the decision made just 24 hours after Harry’s b0mbshell memoir ‘Spare’ was released in January.
Frogmore Cottage ‘should be put to good use’ says expert
Reports claim King Charles kickstarted the process of evicting the royal couple out of Frogmore Cottage on January 11, just a day after the book was released.
Piers Morgan, writing in his column in the Sun, stated that the King “has had enough”.
He wrote: “King Charles has had enough. That’s the obvious conclusion from The Sun’s b0mbshell scoop that Britain’s new Monarch is evicting Prince Harry and his wife Meghan from Frogmore Cottage, their UK home in Windsor.”
POLL: Should Harry and Meghan be given another UK royal home?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly been issued with an eviction notice by Buckingham Palace to move out of Frogmore Cottage.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex retained the property as their official residence in the UK after stepping down as senior working royals and relocating to the US.
But, do you think they should be offered another royal property in the UK?
The broadcaster added that the monarch “won’t have taken this decision lightly” and “has made it clear to people that he still loves his second son”.
He wrote: “But there comes a point in every such dispute when a line must be drawn in the sand.
“And for Charles, that line came in the shape of Harry’s tell-all book Spare which dumped a Grand Canyon sized load of rotten, stinking manure over his family.
“I don’t blame him. If one of my three sons publicly repeatedly trashed our family in the way Harry’s trashed his, they wouldn’t be getting the ash from my annual Christmas Day cigar, let alone a luxury home.
Mr Morgan went further and urged the King not to invite the Sussexes to his coronation this may.
He stated: “Charles must be firm, and not include the Sussexes on the list.”
It is not yet known whether the Duke and Duchess will attend, but it is believed that the pair have been invited.
Built in 1801, Frogmore Cottage is part of the Crown Estate and housed the Sussexes when they resided in the UK.
However, the couple only lived in the home for six months before quitting their roles as working royals and moving across the pond.
Express.co.uk have approached the Duke and Duchess for comment.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK