The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have reportedly lost the home gifted to them by Queen Elizabeth II as a wedding present.
The couple, who married in 2018, were given the home, Frogmore Cottage, located on the grounds of Windsor Castle, as a wedding present from the Queen. The home was renovated at a cost of £2.4 million of taxpayers’ money, and the couple had been living there since their marriage.
However, according to reports, the couple have now lost the home, as they have decided to move to the United States. The couple announced their decision to step back from their roles as senior members of the royal family in January, and have since been living in Canada.
The Queen has reportedly decided to take back the home, and it is now being used as a residence for other members of the royal family. The home is said to be undergoing further renovations, and is expected to be used by other members of the royal family in the future.
The news of the couple losing the home has been met with mixed reactions. Some have praised the Queen for taking back the home, arguing that it was a generous gift and that the couple should not have expected to keep it if they were no longer living in the UK.
Others have criticized the Queen for taking back the home, arguing that it was a cruel move and that the couple should have been allowed to keep it. They have argued that the home was a wedding present, and that it should not be taken away from them.
The news of the couple losing the home has also sparked a debate about the use of taxpayers’ money to fund the renovations of the home. Some have argued that the money should not have been spent on the home, as the couple were no longer living in the UK.
Others have argued that the money was well spent, as the home is now being used by other members of the royal family. They have argued that the renovations were necessary to make the home suitable for other members of the royal family, and that the money was well spent.
The news of the couple losing the home has also raised questions about the future of the couple. It is unclear where the couple will live in the future, and whether they will remain in the US or return to the UK.
Whatever the future holds for the couple, it is clear that the news of them losing the home has sparked a debate about the use of taxpayers’ money and the future of the couple.