Prince Harry’s Frogmore Cottage Return is set to be bittersweet for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, as it holds many fond memories.
- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will return to Frogmore Cottage during their UK tour, but it will be bittersweet.
- Before their marriage, the Duke and Duchess lived on the estate. The property holds so many fond memories.
- The royal announcement comes as Prince Harry & Meghan Markle demonstrate they are ‘thriving’ in public kisses.
Prince Harry and Meghan markle are expected to feel a lot of emotion when they return to Frogmore Cottage on Saturday. This weekend, the Duke and Duchess will be joining the Queen and other Royal Family members to mark her Platinum Jubilee. It marks her 70th year on the throne. The couple, along with their two children (son Archie, 2, and Lilibet Diana), will briefly return to the UK. They will be able to evoke memories as they will be staying at the same property that they shared in the beginning of their relationship. After being removed from their roles as royal working family members, the couple have moved to Los Angeles and begun a new life. They will not be able to forget the painful memories from their early years of marriage and the birth of their son, but they are ready to put aside their differences and unite at a Jubilee ceremony in St Paul’s Cathedral.
Prince Harry and Meghan’s decision to stay at Frogmore Cottage comes after its understood Prince Harry renewed the lease on the property and after Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank moved out. The Sussexes have a close bond with Eugenie’s family. Royal expert Katie Nicholl told OK!, “Eugenie and Jack are very close to Harry and Meghan. It’s actually one of the few close relationships Harry and Meghan have retained in the royal family.” https://www.instagram.com/p/CeOle-al0rO/ And Meghan hinted at her bond with Eugenie during the Oprah interview, she said, “Eugenie and I had known each other before I had known Harry, so that was comfortable. We’re friends with them as a couple.” Ahead of Meghan’s return to the UK, her makeup artist Daniel Martin has arrived in London to join her UK hairdresser George Northwood. And while royal fans await to see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘Bittersweet’ return, it’s confirmed that they won’t be attending the balcony for the Royal Trooping the Colour. Ahead of the celebrations, a statement that announced the royal couple will not feature on the balcony read, “After careful consideration, the Queen has decided this year’s traditional Trooping the Colour balcony appearance on Thursday 2nd June will be limited to Her Majesty and those members of the royal family who are currently undertaking official public duties on behalf of the Queen.” So with a return to where it all began, one can only imagine the feelings that will return following a trip down memory lane whilst also making new memories as this will be their first visit as a family of four.