Harry and Meghan have been living at Kensington Palace since announcing their engagement previous year.
The move to Frogmore Cottage wasn't a predicted plan for the royal pair, with The Sun reporting that they were meant to move into a larger apartment on the grounds of Kensington Palace.
According to reports, an official statement from Kensington Palace stated that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be leaving their residence there early next year in preparation for the birth of their first child together.
Meghan and Markle hosted their lavish reception here in May following their wedding service at St George's Chapel. The cottage was a two-bedroom home.
Harry and Meghan are moving out of Kensington Palace and into the Windsor Estate, where they held their private wedding party.
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It is apparently having a multi-million pound refit at the expense of the taxpayer before Meghan and Harry, who are due to have a baby in April or May, move in. In fact, the 10-bedroom home is now undergoing a multimillion-dollar renovation to ready the property for the Duke and Duchess. Coincidentally, it is part of the estate where King Edward VIII and his wife Wallis Simpson are buried.
"There has been a bit of tension between the brothers", the source said.
"Catherine and Meghan live very different lives, and that is likely to become more marked over time", the source added. Check out also the very strict rules that must be followed in the royal family during the diners official!
The couple, whose royal titles are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, revealed the pregnancy back in October to much fanfare. There's also the fact that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are living next to Kate Middleton and Prince William.
Frogmore Cottage was once home to Abdul Karim, Victoria's "Munshi", or teacher.