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Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have reportedly moved into Frogmore Cottage, the Grade II listed home of Meghan and Harry.

It is understood the property near Windsor Castle will still be retained by the Sussexes but Eugenie and her husband, who she married in 2018, will share it.

It underwent major work to turn five properties back into a single home for the duke, duchess and their baby son Archie – with all fittings and fixtures privately paid for by the couple.

Meghan and Harry quit as senior working royals in March, repaying the £2.4m of taxpayers’ money spent on the cottage which was a present from Harry’s grandmother the Queen.

The couple were able to afford the repayment after signing a lucrative Netflix deal rumoured to be worth more than £100m and currently pay commercial rent on the Berkshire property.

Since stepping down as a senior royal, the duchess has already started her life in the commercial world, narrating a Disney film about a family of elephants and their journey across Africa that was available to stream in April.

The couple also established charitable organisation Archewell in October, replacing their Sussex Royal Foundation which has been formally wound up.

Meanwhile, Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank announced they were expecting their first child in September, a few weeks before their second wedding anniversary.

The baby will be a ninth great-grandchild for the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, following the arrival of their eighth – the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.

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