Prince Harry Loses Home on Royal Estate in Britain

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have been forced to vacate their home on the royal estate in January 2021. This news comes shortly after the publication of Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir, “Spare”.

The couple had been living in Frogmore Cottage, a property located on the Queen’s Windsor estate, since their wedding in 2018. It was reported that the Queen had given them the property as a gift to mark the occasion. However, it appears that the Queen has now asked them to leave the premises.

The decision to ask the couple to vacate the property was reportedly made due to the contents of Prince Harry’s book. In it, he spoke candidly about his relationship with his family and the difficulties he faced as a member of the royal family. It is believed that the Queen felt that his comments were inappropriate and that it was necessary for them to leave the estate.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have since relocated to California, where they are now living with their son Archie. They are said to be looking for a permanent home in the area.

The news of their departure from Frogmore Cottage has caused much speculation amongst royal watchers. Many have questioned why the Queen would ask them to leave, especially considering that she had given them the property as a gift. Others have suggested that it was a necessary move in order to protect the monarchy’s reputation.

Whatever the reason behind the Queen’s decision, it is clear that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have had to make a difficult decision. They have had to leave their home on the royal estate and start anew in California. It remains to be seen how this move will affect their relationship with the royal family in the future.