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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex just signed the lease on a Cotswolds home
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly bought a country home in the Cotswolds.
Architectural Digest writes that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have just signed a two-year lease for a new home on the Great Tew Estate in the West Country, just two weeks after their royal wedding at Windsor Castle.
The decision comes amid their renovations on Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace, London where the two will reside on a permanent basis.
Located on the same 4,000-acre grounds as Soho House’s famous property Soho Farmhouse (as well as Markle’s friend Victoria Beckham’s country home), the Cotswolds retreat will come as a welcome relief to the American star who has frequented the celeb-favourite Farmhouse several times during her visits to the UK over the years.
News of the couple’s latest investment follows the news they took a romantic trip to Oxfordshire to clear their heads just days before their wedding day. With two homes on the horizon, it is also widely speculated that Queen Elizabeth II will give the newlyweds a house as a wedding present, as she did for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
In 2013, the Queen bestowed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Anmer Hall – one of her most luxurious houses on her Sandringham Estate in Norfolk - where the pair are rumoured to be staying this week with their three children.
However, it is likely the Monarch has reserved York Cottage for Meghan and Harry, which is currently used as an estate office for Sandringham.
Originally named the Bachelor's Cottage, the home was built as an extra residence for Sandringham House. King Edward VII gave it to his son Prince George, later King George V, and his wife Queen Mary as a wedding gift.
On her now defunct lifestyle blog,The Tig, Meghan revealed to her fans she’s a outdoors girl, through and through.
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