- Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's move into their new residence, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, has been postponed.
- According to royal expert Emily Andrews, the couple's move has reportedly "been delayed by three weeks or so."
- The renovation has apparently been a huge undertaking, especially as the Grade II-listed property was originally built between 1680 and 1684.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in limbo right now as the renovations on their new home, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, have yet to be completed. While the royals were meant to have moved in already, the delay will apparently take them even closer to Meghan's due date, which is believed to be at the end of April 2019.
Tweeting an update about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's living arrangements, royal commentator Emily Andrews of The Sun explained, "Harry & Meghan were due to move in this week just gone, but their move has been delayed by three weeks or so. The renovation work has been huge to turn this mini-mansion back into a family home so it’s no real surprise that builders fell behind."
Andrews also revealed that "Harry and Meghan kept changing their minds on design aspects, putting the builders back (like all home-owners ever, they want it to be perfect!)."
Andrews added that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have even "moved out of their Great Tew farmhouse, with their belongings packed up waiting to go into their new home," meaning that the move into Frogmore can't come soon enough.
It was previously reported that Meghan and Harry were having Frogmore Cottage renovated to their specifications ahead of the move, and Andrews confirms some of these details by mentioning "bespoke wardrobes and alcove shelving plus the all-important new kitchen."
Notably, Harry and Meghan's move to Windsor will see them leaving their Kensington Palace residence, and no longer living on the same estate as Kate Middleton and Prince William.