Princess Eugenie Quietly Left the Sussexes’ House Following Alleged Drama with the Cambridges

Princess Eugenie Quietly Left the Sussexes’ House Following Alleged Drama with the Cambridges

Princess Eugenie’s new place is on the palace grounds and has a v romantic history.

Princess Eugenie and her family have secretly moved out of Frogmore Cottage and into Nottingham Cottage according to The Express.

Since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry left the UK, Princess Eugenie, her husband Jack Brooksbank, and their son August have been residing in Frogmore Cottage.

However, it appears that Eugenie and Jack secretly relocated this summer, selecting Nottingham Cottage as their new royal residence.

Nottingham Cottage (a cozy two-bedroom apartment) is located on the Kensington Palace grounds and has a link to the Sussexes. In fact, it’s where Harry resided and proposed to Meghan while they were dating.

Meanwhile, while their palace apartment was being repaired, Prince William and Kate Middleton stayed in Nottingham Cottage with little Prince George.

Princess Eugenie’s move followed the loss of her family’s first plan to relocate from Frogmore Cottage to Adelaide Cottage. You know, since Prince William and Kate Middleton lived in Adelaide Cottage instead, which supposedly caused some tension between the families.

The Daily Mail spoke to sources “close to the Yorks” at the time, who said Princess Eugenie had “been trying to secure” Adelaide Cottage “for when she moves out of Frogmore.”

They also added that “before Andrew’s most recent scandal, it was definitely a property he was [also] trying to secure for his daughter.”

Prior to the Cambridges moving in, the Daily Mail said there was “no doubt” they’d receive the house because Prince William is heir to the throne…which they did!

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