King Charles III (74) allegedly wants to take his son Prince Harry (38) and his wife Duchess Meghan (41) their English home Frogmore Cottage. The British tabloid "The Sun" claims to have found out. The rumors also say that the monarch is said to have offered the property to his disgraced brother Prince Andrew (63). According to the report, Harry and Meghan are already planning how to bring their remaining belongings to their adopted home of the United States.
A source said: "This certainly means the end of Harry and Meghan's time in the UK." According to "The Sun", King Charles is said to have started the process of "thrown" the Sussexes out of Frogmore Cottage just days after the publication of Prince Harry's controversial memoir "Spare". In the autobiography, which was published in early January, Prince Harry attacks the royal family. He and his wife previously had the Royals in the Netflix documentary "Harry
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to have "no choice but to vacate the Windsor estate," the report said. The house was a gift from the late Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022). Harry and Meghan had it renovated for the equivalent of 2.7 million euros, but only spent about half a year there. The couple, who have been married since 2018 and have two children Archie (3) and Lilibet (1), have lived in Montecito, California, since 2020.
However, Prince Andrew should not be happy with his possible new home either, as "The Sun" continues to write. The Duke of York is set to move out of his spacious Royal Lodge estate and take over the smaller Frogmore Cottage. Allegedly, Andrew wants to fight back.
In mid-February, "The Sun" also reported that King Charles Prince Andrew wants to cancel an annual subsidy of around 280,000 euros. An unspecified source confirmed this: "It looks like his brother wants to expel him." The Duke of York has already been warned that the funds - which are earmarked for the upkeep of the Royal Lodge - could be reduced or canceled as early as April.
Prince Andrew was shocked when he found out about these concrete plans, it said. He then explained to friends that he could no longer afford his current home. He himself assumes that he will be "evicted" from the 30-room property by September. His ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson (63), lives in the Royal Lodge and is also affected by the royal measure. Like Andrew, she was "desperate" because the two were only informed about the cuts at short notice.
These are therefore part of a whole package of savings that King Charles III. after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in order to consolidate the royal finances. According to "The Sun", the thrust seems to be clear: All working members of the royal family will continue to receive sufficient funds. Everyone else will have to make do with savings. Andrew has not worked for the royal family since late 2019 due to the Epstein scandal.