Prince Harry and Meghan to lose UK home and get money back for renovations
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The house used by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan during their stay in Britain was offered by King Charles to the monarch's brother, Prince Andrew.
The king's decision was taken after Harry's revelations about Charles III, Crown Prince William and other members of the royal family in his recent memoir, a Netflix documentary and TV interview series. The couple's former home, Frogmore Cottage, was offered to Prince Andrew, the king's younger brother. However, the Prince chose to remain in his current home nearby.
Harry and Meghan moved into Frogmore Cottage, located on the royal estate of Windsor Castle, after their wedding in 2018.
In 2020, the couple moved to California to start a new life and career, but Frogmore Cottage remained their UK base. They also agreed to return £2.4 million – taxpayer money spent on renovating the house.
Harry's cousin Eugenia, Andrew's youngest daughter, and her husband took possession of the property after the couple moved away, but the family does not currently live there.
< br /> Harry and Meghan have rarely traveled to the UK since their departure to the US but have used Frogmore Cottage on occasions when they returned to the Prince's homeland. of the royal family and their aides in his book, Spare, which broke every conceivable record in selling speed.
The current controversy has raised great doubts about whether Harry will attend his father's coronation in May.
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