Princess Eugenie’s dream home she had to vacate for the rest of the royal family

Brady Wilkins



princess eugenie and jack brooks bank have been living at home in the UK Prince Harry and Meghan MarkleFrogmore Cottage from 2020.

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Despite already putting their mark on it, decorating the interior and raising their son August there, the Sussex couple will have to return to the UK for the festivities before the Queen’s Jubilee Lift the stick and move out.

The home previously consisted of five separate properties for those working on the estate, but was previously converted into a five-bedroom house in 2019 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moved in. Check out the gorgeous family home…

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“Eugenie and Harry have always been close, they’ve been chatting privately,” a friend previously told Hello! “It was Harry who suggested that she and Jack could use the Frogmore cottage as it was much larger than their Kensington Palace cottage. It was a case of one family member reaching out to another family member.”

Since moving in, Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew’s daughter has given fans a glimpse inside the property as she shares the latest on her son – and she’s apparently added some Personal style interior.

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Princess Eugenie shows off her personalised cushions

In the living room, for example, Eugenie was recently photographed sitting on a cream sofa in front of a blue bookshelf. She was surrounded by colorful cushions, with a red fluffy trim design and an intricate blue-and-white pattern, with a small green cushion with a personalised message: ‘August is born in February’.

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Meanwhile, another photo shows Jack cuddling their newborn in a neutral room with a comfy white linen sofa, boho cream and black scatter cushions and minimalist walls Beige shades.

Jack Brooksbank is pictured hugging baby August in a neutral room

In June, the royal also revealed a glimpse of her pretty kitchen while filming her eldest son playing with a toy shark. The four-month-old sits in a bouncer chair clutching his cuddly toy, while light beige tiles with a diamond pattern and slightly darker wooden cabinets can be seen in the background.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into the house in April 2019, shortly before their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor born in. After their decision to step down from royal duties and move to North America in 2020, they are using this property as their UK base, and we know very little about the interior, which suggests that much of the design was intended to accommodate baby Archie and therefore ideal For the children of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

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Frogmore Cottage at Queen’s Windsor Estate

It sits in front of an incredible lake and Grade II listed Frogmore House, where the royals hosted their wedding reception in May 2018. It reportedly contained five bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room and a nursery, formerly for Archie.

No doubt the couple will put a lot of effort into making Archie’s room perfect, with the entire refurbishment in 2019 costing a reported £2.4m, so it’s sure to provide a cosy for Eugenie and Jack’s son Space.

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Frogmore Cottage backs Home Park with 655 acres of gardens

The house underwent extensive renovations before Meghan and Harry moved in, and Meghan is said to have hired Soho House interior designer Vicky Charles to furnish the space. Apparently, Meghan asked them to use vegan and organic paint to keep her son Archie healthy, rather than chemical products.

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Outside, it’s also likely that Meghan has a few of Archie’s lemon-yellow namesake chrysanthemums in the garden. Archie was awarded the honorary flower as part of a tradition that saw members of the royal family receive flowers of the eponymous variety in tribute to the flowers that adorned Westminster Abbey on the wedding day of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in 1947.

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August baby in the garden

Vicky’s unique sense of style and what Meghan might have seen at the Soho House club has also transferred to Frogmore Cottage. Drawing inspiration from the 1920s and 1930s, the club features luxurious furniture including velvet sofas and chandeliers, although Meghan and Harry will of course make them themselves.

Vicky previously told Soho House, “Private homes are very different. Clients come to us because they want the aesthetic of Soho House, but you have to make it fit that family or whoever lives in their space, so it’s not cookie-cutter you can something that goes in.”

Both Harry and Meghan are art fans, and Harry gifted Meghan a romantic canvas during the courtship that read “Everybody Needs Love” by British artist Vandona. The Queen is also believed to have given the couple a series of paintings from her personal collection, which Eugenie and Jack can now admire.

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