Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can finally move into their marital home five months after their wedding. The pair have been living in Nottingham Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace since news of their engagement was announced in November 2017.
But work on Apartment 1 which is adjacent to the Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge’s home Apartment 1A has now been completed, Mail Online reports. The £1.4million restoration project on the roof of the 21-room Apartment 1 means Harry and Meghan can finally put their mark on the grand home and after living without staff in Nottingham Cottage, they will be facing a big change.
Scaffolding has been covering the building for the last year but it has now been removed as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex prepare to make the big switch.