Wednesday, rumors spread that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will be kicked out of their home on the Windsor estate of the British royal family. This would leave them with no place to live in the country.
In 2018, they got Frogmore Cottage as a wedding gift from the late Queen Elizabeth II. It cost them about £2.4 million ($2.9 million) to fix it up.
The Sun and Daily Telegraph say that King Charles III’s shamed brother, Prince Andrew, has now been promised it.
In January, Harry and Meghan, also known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, were reportedly told to leave the property. This was just days after the prince’s honest book “Spare” came out.
Charles is changing how money is spent because he has always wanted a smaller kingdom.
Andrew may have to leave his current home, the 30-room Royal Lodge, which is also on the Windsor estate, if his £250,000-a-year grant is taken away. This is because it costs a lot to keep up.
In the year 2020, Harry and Meghan suddenly stopped being royal and moved to California.
Since then, they have taken part in a number of projects, such as an interview with Oprah Winfrey and a Netflix series, in which they have complained about being in the British royal family.
When “Spare,” Harry’s book, came out in January, it broke sales records and hurt his image at the same time.
Andrew fell out of the public eye because he was friends with the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
In the US, Andrew and the woman who accused him of sexual attack made a deal last year in a civil case.
The Royal Household wouldn’t say anything about the claims. The Sussexes didn’t come up with a spokesman right away.