Princess Eugenie: How royal redecorated Frogmore Cottage after Meghan Markle left UK
The Sussexes moved to Frogmore in April 2019, just before their son Archie was born in May.
The couple renovated the royal residence for £ 2.4million in taxpayer money during their stay at Frogmore.
Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack then started using Frogmore Cottage as a home after the arrival of their first baby August, born in February 2021.
A royal insider told The Sun: “Frogmore Cottage continues to be the home of the Sussexes in the UK and they are delighted to be able to open their home to Princess Eugenie and Jack as they start their own family.”
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Frogmore Cottage is located directly across from Frogmore House with a beautiful lake in front.
It’s a Grade II listed building with a rich royal history, but it wasn’t really such a grand building until Prince Harry and Meghan moved in.
The five bedroom house has undergone an intensive restoration, overseen by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The couple received a series of paintings from the Queen’s personal collection for the House of Windsor.
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“Meghan and Harry have been told they can choose artwork for Frogmore Cottage,” a palace insider told Vanity Fair.
Now Princess Eugenie, Jack Brooksbank and their baby August live at Frogmore Cottage.
Since the couple moved in, Princess Eugenie has shared numerous photos of the chalet on her Instagram, giving royal fans a glimpse of the couple’s decor.
The photos revealed that Eugenie and Jack chose a neutral color palette with natural, bohemian touches.
Their living room also appeared to have a tone palette with a white sofa and off-white walls.
Eugenie’s outgoing personality manifested itself with her oversized bohemian cushions, but there was no color in sight.
On Father’s Day 2021, Eugenie posted a photo of Jack cradling her baby August in a small room with beige walls and white doors.
This room could easily be a home office for the couple as they carry out engagements during the pandemic.