Frogmore Cottage has a ‘much better energy’ than Harry and Meghan’s previous Kensington Palace home after the couple made it ‘cute and warm’, People magazine claims
- Prince Harry, 34, and Meghan Markle, 37, moved into Frogmore Cottage in April
- The couple previously lived in Kensington Palace with Prince William and Kate
- Source told People magazine ‘the energy of the space is so much better’ now
- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed first son, Archie, two weeks ago
Frogmore Cottage has a ‘much better energy’ than Harry and Meghan’s previous Kensington Palace home, a royal source told People magazine.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into the property in the grounds of Windsor Castle ahead of the arrival of son Archie earlier this month and have since carried out extensive work to transform it into the perfect family home.
A source told People magazine the house – just a stone’s throw from the castle – now feels ‘cute and warm’.
‘The energy of the space is so much better [than Kensington Palace],’ the source added. ‘It’s a total fresh start.’
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into the property in the grounds of Windsor Castle ahead of the arrival of son Archie earlier this month. Pictured, introducing Archie to the world
The couple are believed to have spent a record £3 million renovating Grade II listed Frogmore Cottage, pictured – but the home is said to have been ‘a fresh start’ for the couple
It is thought the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into Frogmore Cottage in April, roughly a month before the arrival of Archie on 6 May.
They previously lived in Nottingham Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace, where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge live in a 20-room apartment with their three children.
Before relocating, Harry and Meghan gave the interiors of their future home a complete overhaul – reportedly enlisting the help of former Soho House designer Vicky Charles.
Their building plans included adding fireplaces, staircases, and a floating floor, but keeping the original floorboards and shutters.
A source described to a US magazine how the energy of Frogmore Cottage is ‘so much better’ than their previous residence at Kensington Palace (above)
Doria Ragland stayed with the couple at Frogmore Cottage as they prepared to welcome their first son Archie Harrison. The Queen is also believed to have visited the property
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have received a steady stream of visitors at the property since welcoming their son Archie Harrison two weeks ago.
Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland was said to be offering ‘indispensable’ help while staying with the couple for a month.
Archie’s grandmother arrived shortly before Meghan gave birth, and returned to her home in LA just days ago.
Meanwhile, The Queen, Prince Charles and The Cambridges are all known to have dropped into the cottage to visit The Sussexs’.
Meghan’s best friend Jessica Mulroney is believed to be visiting the couple at the moment, and was spotted in a toy store just minutes away from their home in Windsor.
The couple are reportedly currently being visited by Jessica Mulroney, Meghan’s close friend and former stylist
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