New Home, New Life: Meghan Markle And Prince Harry 'Feel Claustrophobic' At Kensington Palace, Reports Say

Date April 8, 2019

This moment finally came — Meghan Markle and Prince Harry moved out of Kensington Palace to their newly-polished and greatly-designed Frogmore Cottage, where the couple is preparing to welcome their first every baby Sussex. 


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It's more than just a new home 

Frogmore Cottage is believed to be the perfect fit for the couple. Besides, this place is very quiet and safe for bringing children up — something that Meghan and Harry are about to do a few weeks later. 


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According to PEOPLE, the Duke and Duchess didn't like their life in Kensington Palace as they both felt like fishes out of the water. The close source to the family says:

They’ll enjoy it much more in Windsor. They feel claustrophobic in their place in Kensington Palace. I presume it must be nice to get out and away.


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The place means the world to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle due to many factors, such as having the engagement portraits and wedding reception there as well as creating a new family. 

Baby Sussex

This little one will make history being the first Anglo-American as well as race-mixed addition to the British royal family.

Besides, the baby will be born with dual nationality, thereby making this little one the first royal to be born as both British and American.


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We're sincerely happy for Meghan and Harry's new life! Are you?

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