Cape Town - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will soon be moving out of their cottage at Kensington Palace to accommodate Doria Ragland (62), who wants to be closer to her grandchild. And while there are reports of "tension" between Prince William and Prince Harry, speculation that Meghan doesn't get along with her sister-in-law Kate Middleton seems to be unfounded.
He added that Meghan and Kate are two very different people.
Not everyone could handle having their mum-in-law living with them, but Prince Harry is one of the good guys.
"Meghan has very strong views on what she is interested in and that may be what Harry shares, but not what William and Kate share". Harry and Meghan have lived at Kensington Palace's Nottingham Cottage since their engagement a year ago.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are moving out of Kensington Palace
According to reports , the cottage will undergo some renovations, as it's now divided into five units as home to palace staff. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are moving out of Kensington Palace and into a "very special place" - the Windsor Estate.
The property - where the love birds had their official engagement photos taken - is set to undergo some extensive renovations, but Harry and Meghan are keeping the details secret.
So, in short, there's no feud per se, but Harry and Meghan's upcoming move to Frogmore Cottage away from Will and Kate is coming at an opportune time. "The Sussexes wanted to move into a Palace apartment now used by the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, but the current inhabitants are said to 'want to stay put".
This is the money the monarch receives from the Crown Estate, a Kensington Palace spokesperson told the publication, explaining whatever is left over goes to the British Government.
Frogmore Cottage is just across from Frogmore House - the evening reception venue of Meghan and Harry - and will have a multi-millionaire refit before the royal couple move. The statement also clarifies the residence is a special place for the couple, and they are thrilled to call it home.
Paddy Power has halted odds after a flurry of bets were waged on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex expecting double trouble. It also means Harry will be leaving his childhood home, where he was raised with William by Princess Diana.