Prince Harry Insists 'The Crown' Stop Before It Gets To Him

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry let Princess Eugenie move into their home

Princess Eugenie moves into Prince Harry and Meghan's UK home

Harry and Meghan reportedly used their partnership with Netflix to insist that The Crown ends before reaching their dramas - but Levin says the strategy might backfire as Netflix could actually get "a lot of information that will absolutely decry the royal family" from the couple.

Prince Harry and Meghan stepped back from their royal duties in March.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex gave their royal cousins the keys to their former United Kingdom home without telling senior members of the royal family, it has been claimed.

Frogmore Cottage was given to Harry and Markle in 2019 as a gift from the Queen.

When the couple quit as senior working royals in March, they paid back the nearly $4.4 million taxpayer bill to have the cottage renovated.

Jack and Eugenie will allegedly be "house-sitting" for Harry and Meghan.

When Harry and Meghan signed their deal with the streaming giant, it answered a few questions about their future, such as what they would do with their time following Megxit and how they would achieve financial independence from the rest of the royal family - but it raised several more.

However, the source close to Harry and Markle confirmed to Insider that contrary to rumours of the couple completely giving up the home, Frogmore Cottage remains in the possession of Harry and Markle.

One royal source even suggested Harry, Meghan, Eugenie and Jack were the new "fab four", replacing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank announced in September that they're expecting their first child together in "early 2021."

Eugenie and Jack used to live at Ivy Cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace but had outgrown the small residence.

Despite originally announcing they would be splitting time between Canada and the United Kingdom, it appears Harry and Meghan are now quite settled in their California home, with no intention of travelling back across the pond any time soon.

They said: "Frogmore Cottage is the private residence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and as such any arrangements are a matter for them". Meghan, 39, and Harry's, 36, belongings were packed and couriered off to their California mansion ahead of their arrival.

Frogmore Cottage is just 7.5 kilometres from the Royal Lodge, the home of Eugenie's parents Prince Andrew and Sarah, the Duchess of York.

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