Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are more ready than ever to welcome the royal baby.
According to People, the couple has officially (and finally) relocated to the countryside and moved into their home at Frogmore Cottage. The news comes just one week after we learned their moving plans didn’t go as smoothly as hoped.
According to Vanity Fair, the Sussexes’ move was slightly delayed, which isn’t so surprising considering the renovations to the historic home cost upward of $3.9 million. The home received $50,000 in soundproofing (the home sits under the Heathrow airport flight paths) and music systems (Prince Harry wants to blast those lullabies, you guys) and a few changes to the original plan.
An official announcement was made last November that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will officially vacate their residence at Kensington Palace (where Prince William and Kate Middleton, along with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and little Louis all reside) and relocate to Frogmore House.