Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are moving out of the "goldfish bowl" of Kensington Palace and over to the Windsor Estate, where they're renovating a cute place called Frogmore Cottage. Which, to be honest, should really be called Frogmore Very Giant House, because it's huge. But there's a slight problem.
Aside from the fact that Frogmore has to be converted from five separate apartments to one cozy home, there's a slight problem with its condition.
Royal biographer Ingrid Seward tells that the estate is "pretty dilapidated now," which means Meghan and Harry are going to have to do a pretty extensive renovation. The outlet reports that they've also already started plans to "freshen the landscaping."
Considering the fact that Frogmore , it'll be a pretty big job—though the home looks super charming based on the above pic. Plus, it has special meaning to Harry and Meghan (they had their wedding reception at a larger house on the same property!), so clearly it'll be worth the...uh...taxpayer money.
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