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New 'Public Funds' Addition: Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Installed A Third $15,000 Fence For Security Measures, According To Reports

Date November 29, 2019 14:30

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's home far from Kensington Palace is somewhat distant yet newly-polished and successfully renovated. A couple of months ago, the Sussexes faced harsh criticism over the news that they had spent $3.05 million on Frogmore Cottage, using public funds.

The Sovereign Grant issued a report confirming this revelation, adding that those were public funds that the Queen receives from the British Government to support her official duties and maintain occupied royal palaces.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Frogmore Cottage

For more than 6 months, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have enjoyed living together, alongside their baby boy Archie, on the grounds of Windsor Castle. The couple has tried to provide the best security regarding their new home to keep them safe and sound at Frogmore Cottage.

The latest news of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry revealed they had installed a third $15,500 fence for security measures. The locals noticed a new wooden fence, which completely cuts out any views of the cottage's garden from nearby paths. It's still unknown whether the new addition is for security arrangements solely, or also to make their garden look more attractive and nonvisible for onlookers.

The Crown Estate, which funded the fence, has made some planning applications to the local council over "external landscaping works" at the property, although supporting documents have not been made public as they "contain sensitive information."

Meghan Markle & Prince Harry's royal baby

The Sussex couple has made everything possible to keep their son Archie safe from the public eye. And although some of the disturbing information has never been confirmed, they are now on a well-deserved break.

Months ago, somebody issued a statement that Meghan and Harry had written "do and don't commandments" to their neighbors as a warning not to talk to the couple, see baby Archie, or even touch their dogs. This news has never been confirmed, but it still caused outrage among locals and social media users.Considering the situation surrounding Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, having extreme security measures are a justified action.

We just hope for now that the Sussexes will have a great time spending Christmas and New Year far from the public.

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