Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Moving Out of Kensington Palace

Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Moving Out of Kensington Palace

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Allegedly, slight tensions between the brothers Harry and William also contribute to the move, as reported by several Newspapers without giving a clear source. Meghan spent last Christmas with Prince Harry and the royals as just his fiancée.

Some of The Daily Mail's sources do say that Meghan has been "an acquired taste" for Kate, but considering she and the Duchess of Sussex dressed in matching outfits the other day, they seem very much in sync, right?!

A relationship that has not finished evolving and that, even if Meghan Markle and prince Harry have officially made a decision to leave Kensington Palace.

The geographical divide has led many Royal watchers to wonder if there is bad blood between Meghan and Kate Middleton.

Prince William and Prince Harry have been attached at the hip basically their entire lives.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex-better known as Meghan Markle-and her husband Prince Harry have been in something of a pickle over their current living situation.

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It was a comfortable childhood, and one Meghan has described as "loving", but since she stepped into the spotlight as Harry's girlfriend, the Markle family's dysfunction has been cranked up to a deafening roar. The companion Camilla Parker-Bowles is convinced that his daughter-in-law is a real asset for the future of the royal family.

"Harry and Meghan are incredibly happy and deservedly so".

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.

But there's little evidence to support the claims the two women "don't get on", royal biographer Duncan Larcombe tells Yahoo UK.

Prince Harry and Meghan, who returned earlier this month from a 16-day tour Pacific tour, now live in Nottingham Cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace in west London.

Kate completed a History of Art degree at St. Andrew's College - where she met Prince William - in 2005.

It provided no further details on the new official residence.

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