Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are officially at home in Windsor.
Previously Meghan and Harry resided in Nottingham Cottage, which is located within the grounds of Kensington Palace.
Their country home is designed to be a breath of fresh air. After more than six months of work, Frogmore Cottage — some 25 miles west of London — has been meticulously renovated from a staff residence once set up as multiple apartments into a single-family home of about five bedrooms.
Complete with a new green-energy center, springy “floating floor” (perfect for yoga) and nontoxic paint, the cottage marries English and California style. “They’ll enjoy it much more in Windsor,” says a family friend.
The construction of Frogmore House began in 1680 by King Charles II, on land bought by Henry VIII during the 16th century.
The cottage got its name from the surrounding marshlands, which attracts frogs. The gorgeous property is very close to the banks of the River Thames.