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Home & Garden Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Reportedly Moving Into a 21-Bedroom "Apartment"

01:25  11 may  2018
01:25  11 may  2018 Source:   harpersbazaar.com

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The couple is expected to move into a 21 - bedroom apartment at Kensington Palace some time after their royal wedding. Prince Harry and Markle Moving to the Countryside. Meghan Markle Reportedly Moving in with Harry . Meghan Markle Is Now Wearing A Prince Harry Ring.

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  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Reportedly Moving Into a 21-Bedroom

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently shacking up at Kensington Palace's Nottingham Cottage, but they're rumored to upgrade their digs after tying the knot, House Beautiful UK reports. The couple is reportedly moving into Apartment 1 on palace grounds, which boasts a very casual 21 bedrooms. (No, not just rooms; bedrooms.)

The sprawling home was once home to the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, but they moved out last year, supposedly to make way for the newlyweds. Renovations reportedly began as early as November 2017, the same month Harry and Meghan announced their engagement, according to Daily Mail.

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The couple is purportedly moving into Apartment 1 on royal residence grounds, which gloats an exceptionally easygoing 21 rooms . Meghan Markle Latest News. Ruler William and Kate Middleton made a comparable change when they got hitched in 2011.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton made a similar transition when they got married in 2011. The couple first lived in Nottingham Cottage before transferring to Kensington Palace's Apartment 1A, which has 20 bedrooms. (Also casual.) We wouldn't be surprised if Harry followed in his brother's footsteps.

a large building with a fence: Construction on Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace back in 2013 © Getty Images Construction on Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace back in 2013

Harry has been living in Nottingham Cottage for four years, and his fiancé just officially moved in in November, just before their engagement is announced. The move will be a big change for the couple, whose current home has two bedrooms, a small living room, a smaller dining room and two bathrooms. What will they do with their 19 additional beds?

Whether or not they do relocate to Apartment 1, Harry and Meghan were expected to stay within palace grounds either way.

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Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle are reportedly preparing to move into a much larger house at Kensington Palace. The couple will continue to live at their two- bedroom home, Nottingham Cottage, in the palace grounds after their wedding

Six months after moving into their first joint residence in Kensington Palace, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are allegedly getting their forever home. According to The Daily Mail, the soon-to- be -newlyweds will be relocating to the Palace's 21 - room Apartment

"Nottingham Cottage is quite small but clearly being within Kensington Palace it is very safe," royal expert Penny Junor told House Beautiful UK. "I think it is unlikely they would move to some random house elsewhere in London because the cost of security would be an additional burden on the taxpayer and a recipe for bad publicity."

Junor added: "So my suspicion is they might be offered a larger apartment at Kensington Palace – if one is available. But I would have thought it will only become an issue when/if they have children and need more space."

Harry and Meghan will certainly have extra space at York Cottage, the portion of the Queen's Sandringham Estate that they're expected to receive from Her Majesty as a wedding gift.

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