The “Daily Mail” newspaper revealed that King Charles decided to strip his son, Prince Harry, and his wife, Meghan Markle, of their right to their royal residence, and demanded that they vacate their home in Frogmore Cottage.
The newspaper pointed out that Buckingham Palace issued a notice to vacate the home of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, a month after the release of Prince Harry’s memoirs “The Spare ” , which included sensational allegations against the royal family.
Despite the palace’s attempts to take away his larger royal home, Prince Andrew remains entrenched in its possession. As a result, the couple’s house is being offered as an alternative residence for him.
Inevitably, Prince Andrew will have to bid farewell to the United Kingdom as his home should he decide not to move in with Prince Harry. This is due to the need for him and his family take part in the necessary steps needed for their relocation process over stateside.
The newspaper explained that these decisions come as part of the preparations for the coronation of King Charles, which will be held in Westminster Cathedral on May 6.
It is worth mentioning that Frogmore Cottage consists of 5 rooms, not far from the main residence of the Prince and Princess of Wales William and Kate Middleton. It has been fully serviced for £2.4m, while Andrew lives in a 30-room Windsor estate, paying £250 a week.