Prince Harry is making himself at home in a place very close to his heart: his U.K. residence at Frogmore Cottage.
Over the weekend, the Duke of Sussex flew across the pond ahead of his grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral. According to People, the 35-year-old landed in London on Sunday and traveled to Frogmore in Windsor where he will be quarantined until the funeral proceedings at St. George's Chapel this Saturday.
If you didn't know, Frogmore Cottage is the home that Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and baby Archie resided in before their big move to Montecito, California, last year. Following the move, Harry’s cousin, Princess Eugenie, and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, moved into the home. This means Harry could be spending some quality time with his cousin, her hubby and their newborn son, August, though quarantine rules make it unlikely.
Not only is it the first time Harry is returning to his home in the U.K. since moving his family to the U.S., but it is also the first time he will reunite with the members of his family since the groundbreaking tell-all Oprah interview that premiered last month. The duke has decided to take the trip without his pregnant wife due to orders from doctors that the Duchess of Sussex should remain at home since she is in the final stages of her pregnancy.