Published: Tue, November 27, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Kristi Paul

Meghan's mother Doria 'will stay with her and Prince Harry'

Meghan's mother Doria 'will stay with her and Prince Harry'

The two are definitely very different people, and Meghan's entry *has* been a source of friction all around.

The cottage the pair now live in was previously home to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge before they moved into a 20-room apartment inside the palace. Just a few months later, the couple announced their pregnancy and embarked on their first royal tour Down Under. "It is a very broad claim to be making, and is likely just gossip from palace staff".

Of course, there could be numerous other reasons why the newlyweds - and parents-to-be - want to leave London for Windsor. The couple is slated to move into the Windsor home early next year, according to reports.

According to Cosmopolitan US, Meghan and Harry have reportedly extended an invitation for 62-year-old Ragland to stay with them after the birth of their baby.


While Kate was around 21 when she started dating William, Meghan was 35 at the time she met Harry, giving her many more years outside the royal bubble than her sister-in-law.

The Kensington Palace now shared this message. "The property in Windsor is the next best thing".

"Meghan is an extrovert whereas Kate is quite shy".

"The initial plan was for Harry and Meghan to move out of their cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace and into one of the main apartments". After having lived a marriage more than a problem with his first wife, the prince of Wales has been more tolerant towards her daughter-in-law.


In an explosive development, it has been revealed since the sudden departure of Meghan's personal assistant - known as Melissa - the former Suits actress has been "difficult to work for" and "snaps" at Palace staff, though her fans insist she is a "breath of fresh air".

Meanwhile Arthur (12/1) is another popular name - with the latest bets suggesting Meghan and Harry could be using both names if they have twins. Their new place is a good 20 miles - or about a 45-minute drive - from their current digs on the grounds of Kensington Palace.

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