Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are “delighted” to open their UK home to Harry’s cousin Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, prior to the birth of the couple’s first child.
According to various reports, Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, who currently reside in their home in Santa Barbara, California, have offered their property in Windsor, England, to the 30-year-old daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson.
The location remains the residence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the UK, but a source says ITV that the Sussexes “are delighted to be opening their home to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank when they start their own family.”
Sussex office says ITV that they will “share ownership” with Eugenie and Jack “when they travel to the UK”.
Harry and Meghan renovated Frogmore Cottage into a five-bedroom house, offering plenty of space for both families should they have to share in the future.
But with the coronavirus pandemic continuing, Harry and Meghan have no concrete plans to return to the UK and have not seen Frogmore Cottage since they last visited in March.
As previously reported, Harry and Meghan have no intention of returning to the UK for the holidays this year due to the global pandemic.
ET previously learned from a source close to Harry and Meghan that it is “fully anticipated that [the couple] he will be home in California and not in the UK for Christmas. “A source told ET that members of the royal family are” disappointed “that they will not see 1-year-old Archie this Christmas season.
Eugenie, meanwhile, prepares for the birth of her first child, whom she expects in early 2021.