Eugenie ‘gets Frogmore’ after boxing up ‘Harry and Meghan things’, says source

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have reportedly set up home in Frogmore Cottage after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were evicted from the plush property in Windsor.

It was originally believed that Prince Andrew was to take up residence in the house, but a source told OK! magazine that his daughter and her husband were handed the keys.

Jack has just been offered a promotion at the US-based firm Discovery Land Company, which will mean him spending more time in America.

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But it has emerged that Eugenie who is expecting her second child, is “determined to have the baby in the UK and bring up her children in England” – and Frogmore Cottage will be the perfect place.

Jack’s new role will involve him travelling between the UK, US and Portugal, and whenever he and Eugenie are in the US, they will reportedly stay with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in their Californian home.

The source said: “The Sussexes are disappointed by the move but couldn’t be happier that Eugenie and Jack will take it over. They have been staying there on and off for the past few years anyway.

“They went to see Harry and Meghan last month in California," adding: "They took over some small personal belongings left in the property. They were also helping to box up items at Frogmore to be shipped over to California.

They added: “Andrew is delighted that his daughter will take over the property for the time being.”

Harry and Meghan put the “Frogxit” furore behind them last week when they made their first joint public appearance since the release of Harry’s explosive memoir, Spare, in January.

Their spokesman said: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been requested to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage.”

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The couple were given the property by Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and renovated it at a cost of £2.4million before moving in after their wedding in 2018.

But according to former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond, the couple should not have been too shocked by the King’s decision to find new tenants.

She said: “They should have realised it was inevitable. They’ve hardly lived there – just six months in the whole time of the lease," adding: "It’s a way of a father telling his son actions have consequences and words have consequences.

“You can’t do what you’ve done and say what you’ve said in Spare without expecting there to be a comeback. And this is a comeback.”

The Daily Star has approached Buckingham Palace for comment.


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