It seems unlikely that Harry and Meghan will return to the UK for any length of time. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have decided to share their Windsor home, Frogmore Cottage, with pregnant Princess Eugenie and her husband, according to British media. They would have moved in on Friday.
The Duke of Sussex and his wife, who have moved to North America, will remain financially responsible for the residence in Windsor and will stay there when they visit the United Kingdom. After moving from Nottingham Cottage in London, Harry and Meghan lived in Frogmore Cottage with their son Archie.
It is the second home that Princess Eugenie takes over from her cousin Harry. When the Duke and his wife moved from London to Windsor, Eugenie and her (now) husband Jack Brooksbank took up residence in Nottingham Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace in London. Frogmore is now Harry and Meghan’s only official residence in the UK.
The pair was discredited earlier this year over Frogmore’s expensive remodel. The house was renovated for millions before Harry and Meghan moved in just before Archie’s birth. Tax money was used for the renovation.
When Harry and Meghan announced early this year that they would step back within the royal family and move to North America, there was a stir in the United Kingdom about the tax money that had been put into the renovation. In September it became clear that Harry and Meghan, who, among other things, have signed a lucrative deal with Netflix in the United States, have repaid the £ 2.4 million out of their own pocket.