Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Prefer Cotswolds Farmhouse To Nottingham Cottage

But when baby's born, they'll be moving into Frogmore.

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As the world waits on pins and needles for the arrival or Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's first baby, here's something fun to hold us over: a new image of their temporary home, a farmhouse in Cotswold.

reports that the parents-to-be signed a two-year lease for the property back in May of 2018. They've been living there and in Kensington Palace, with plans to split their time between both before a final move into Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor estate before their baby is born.

The farmhouse, an 18th century converted barn with four bedrooms, two kitchens, a two-bedroom guest cottage, and an outdoor dining area, is said to be worth £2.5 million (or just under $3.2 million). Here, the couple has already hosted many famous friends—including George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas, and, of course, Meghan's mom, Doria. Meghan and Harry much prefer this space to Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace, .

As the royal babe's due date approaches, Meghan is overseeing the renovations on their home at Frogmore, which could cost up to £5 million (roughly $6.4 million) to complete. The house is located just a couple hundred yards from a publicly accessible walk, notes, which has raised some concerns about their safety.

In any case, their (relatively) cozy farm-mansion is exactly what they need to relax.

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