Prince Harry, wife Meghan

Prince Harry, wife Meghan to move out of Kensington Place, away from London

No more. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will no more stay in Kensington Palace. The newlywed couple has decided to move out even away from London.

If believed to reports the two are setting up home in the grounds of Windsor Castle and their shifting would be ahead of next spring, before the birth of their first child. The new residence is a ten-bedroom house.

Growing tension in the royal family is being blamed for their move. Prince Harry will live apart from Prince William and both will divide their court too at the Kensington Palace. The brothers will have separate offices there.

Meanwhile, the Queen has given the couple Frogmore Cottage at Windsor.

The palace released a state saying, “Windsor is a very special place for their royal highnesses and they are grateful that their official residence will be on the estate.”

An insider said earlier it was planned the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would move to their cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace and into one of the main apartments, but as tensions between the brothers are thriving, the plan was changed.

Both Harry and Meghan are avoiding staying next to William and Kate. The two need more room and it is being said the new house will be ready in time, before the two have their first baby.

It is learned Windsor has a special place in the heart of the couple.

The two wedded last year in May in St George’s Chapel and the reception was thrown at Frogmore House.