More changes on the way! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be busy with their first child, baby Archie, but they are not done updating their Frogmore Cottage home, as more renovations are set to occur!
According to heavily redacted plans published by The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, the royal pair are going above and beyond to renovate more of their home — this coming after months of working on it to make it perfect for their first child and their new little family.
The five-bedroom home has been approved for external updates that mainly focuses on the landscape, the cottage’s gardens and some fixes to the lighting. The historic residence will also have changes made to some doors and windows and even walls outside. It certainly sounds like the Duke and Duchess of Sussex want their baby boy to be able to embrace nature in all its beauty.
We can all expect the cottage’s garden to be quite the spectacle, as we recently learned that the former actress, 37, gave a nod to her California roots by having two giant redwoods — which are trees that are known to be from where the Suits alum is originally from — planted near by. One of the redwoods is said to be more than 130 years old while the other is near 30 years old, and they both reside just a short walk from Meghan and Harry’s lovely home.
While renovations may be occurring, that has not stopped the couple from showing off their home, as Queen Elizabeth has already been given a tour of it.
“Harry and Meghan haven’t been short of royal visitors since moving into Frogmore,” a royal insider exclusively revealed to Closer Weekly. “Meghan is so proud of her new home and invited the Queen over for afternoon tea so that she could give her a personal tour. The Queen loved seeing how the couple have transformed the house and made it their own and is really impressed with the renovations.”
We can’t wait to see how everything comes together once all the renovations are complete. We’re sure Meghan, Harry and their son will love it!