Harry and Meghan ‘gobsmacked at Charles’ final punishment’ eviction, pal claims
Harry and Meghan are said to be “stunned” by the “final punishment” of being booted out of their old home at Frogmore Cottage.
With the property reportedly being offered to Prince Andrew, it is understood the plan was put in motion in the days following the release of the Prince’s book Spare.
The couple are now thought to have just weeks to clear the place out before the keys are handed over to the King’s disgraced little brother.
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The California-based couple received an eviction notice from Buckingham Palace telling them their time in the five-bed pad was up and they had to move out, reports the Sun.
The publication said the couple are now understood to be laying the groundwork to move everything to their home in Montecito, California.
A close pal of Meghan and author of the book Finding Freedom, Omid Scobie, has now revealed what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had to say about the news.
He says a source close to Harry and Meghan informed him: “It all feels very final and like a cruel punishment.
“It’s like [the family] want to cut them out of the picture for good.”
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Scobie wrote: "It’s news, sources tell me, that has left Harry and Meghan stunned, and at least two members of the Royal Family 'appalled'."
A second source claims the pair have a few months before they are actually kicked out.
They said: “Initially they were given just weeks, but now they have at least until after the coronation.”
Prince Andrew is reportedly “resisting” the move to Frogmore Cottage after being booted out of his larger Royal Lodge mansion.
If and when Andrew finally gets the keys in his grasp Harry and Meghan will be without a home in the UK.
Frogmore Cottage was gifted to the pair by the late Queen.
In his recent book, Harry spilt the beans about various members of the Royal Family who would allegedly intentionally leak stories to the press about other people in the household.
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