Princess Eugenie and her family left Frogmore Cottage ahead of Harry and Meghan’s arrival for the Queen’s celebration, we learned last night.
Eugenie, her husband Jack Brooksbank and their one-year-old son August have lived at the property since November 2020.
The family have been granted use of the five-bedroom home by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex while they live in California.
And Eugenie has made it her home, having recently redecorated the chalet in her own style.
But the Brooksbanks have now packed up and moved on for Prince Harry, his wife Meghan and their two children, Archie and Lilibet, according to the Sunday Times.
The move is believed to last for the duration of Harry and Meghan’s stay over Jubilee weekend, as Frogmore Cottage is still the couple’s official UK residence.
The Brooksbanks likely moved in with their family.
Frogmore was converted into a single home in 2019 for Harry and Meghan, having been five separate properties for staff working on the Windsor estate. The entire renovation cost the Sovereign Grant $4.2 million.
The family home is believed to have five bedrooms, a kitchen, living room and a nursery designed for Archie.
Eugenie has already shared glimpses of her interior makeover on Instagram.
A photo of Mr Brooksbank asleep with August on his chest showed a neutral room with a white linen sofa, beige paneled walls and cream and black bohemian throw pillows.
Eugenie was also pictured sitting on a cream sofa in front of a blue painted bookshelf in another room.
This time there was a lot more color with red cushions filled with fluff and a small green cushion with the personalized “August born in February” embroidery.
Other photos posted showed a kitchen with white painted cabinets and a white tile floor.
The Queen extended an olive branch to Harry and Meghan, who will join the Royal Family in celebrating the monarch’s historic Platinum Jubilee during the National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday.
As revealed by the Daily Mail on Saturday, it is understood the Sussexes are likely to attend at least one more public engagement – although sources have warned the public should ‘not expect them at every event’.
Sources say the 96-year-old monarch is “looking forward” to seeing her great-grandchildren, Archie and Lilibet, again.
The Queen will likely spend time with the family privately on Saturday, when Lilibet celebrates her first birthday.
Frogmore Cottage is only a short drive from the Queen’s private apartments at Windsor Castle.