Is there room for us too?
It seems Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are settling into married life well, as they’ve just sorted out a new house – although there’s no confirmation on exactly where they’re honeymooning yet.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have permanent residence at Kensington Palace in two-bedroom Nottingham Cottage.
But as well as their palace digs, the newlyweds have reportedly just leased a romantic second home in the Cotswolds, a source has told US Weekly.
‘Meghan loves the Cotswolds and fell in love with the estate the first time she went,’ an anonymous source told the magazine.
‘They recently had security cameras installed around the perimeter.’
The property, known as WestfieldLarge, is situated on the Great Tew Estate, just a stone’s throw from popular members club Soho Farmhouse.
The Duchess of Sussex reportedly had her hen party at Soho Farmhouse, which is thought to have been organised by friend and Soho Group consultant, Markus Anders.
Meghan is clearly a fan of the Oxfordshire retreat, having also stayed there close friend Millie Mackintosh a year and a half ago.
The 4,000-acre piece of land is also home to the Beckham family’s country house (not bad on the neighbours front, eh?).
The newlyweds will reportedly be staying in their new country house while their apartment at Kensington Palace is renovated.
Do you think they’ll have a housewarming party?