Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen not to be neighbours with Prince William and Kate Middleton, instead moving to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, it has been confirmed.
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A statement from Kensington Palace, shared by several royal reporters, revealed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be leaving their home at Nottingham Cottage next year.
Meghan and Harry were originally thought to be taking up residence in an apartment next-door to Kate and William, but were then gifted the sprawling Frogmore residence by the Queen.
According to the Sun, the change of plans could be due to "tension between the brothers."
"Harry and Meghan don't want to live next to William and Kate and want to strike out on their own," a royal source is said to have told the newspaper.
Frogmore Cottage has, until now, been housing palace staff across five separate units. It will need to undergo a multi-million pound refurbishment at the tax-payer's expense in order to get it ready for the Duke and Duchess, who will be welcoming a baby next year.
The royal duo held their wedding reception and had their engagement pictures taken at Frogmore House, the grounds on which Frogmore Cottage sits.