Harry & Meghan's Interior Designer Got Sued By Former Client For Ditching Previous Project To Renovate Frogmore Cottage & People Have Mixed Opinions

Date September 10, 2019 12:16

Ahead of their tot's birth in mid-2019, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle managed to build a private fortress. They focused all their energy on renovating Frogmore Cottage on the grounds of Windsor.

Apparently, by pledging commitment to the Sussex couple one of their workers broke the professional code.

The Royal pair spent over $3.7 million on their luxurious residence. It is tucked away in the countryside with a big invisible signboard that reads 'do not disturb'. After splashing so much of taxpayers' money, their home still wasn't perfect. The visitors reported that noise of departing airplanes from nearby airport is a bummer.

Interior designer in trouble

According to DailyMail UK, the artificer of Frogmore house, Vicky Charles is being legally pursued by her former client. The lawsuit is filed by Andrea Olshan for $239,000.

She claims that the designing mogul failed to complete her homes in Manhattan and East Hampton. Furthermore, she refused to refund her as well.

Andrea explained that Vicky slowly withdrew services and handed over her project to underqualified employees. When she confronted her, the boss girl apologized and mentioned her work overseas for the Sussex family. The next day she quit the assignment altogether.

People's reaction

Some commentators believe it to be a simple case of actions and consequences. Vicky allegedly pursued A-listers clients unethically. Others are wondering what does it have to do with the Royal Highnesses.

Only court hearings and further headlines will reveal the whole story. Stay tuned!