Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might have moved to a new £11.2million home in Montecito, California, with their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, but the pair still have Frogmore Cottage on the Queen's Windsor Estate to use as their base when they return for visits to the UK.
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It is currently occupied by Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex offered them use of the property to accommodate their growing family, and a new picture of the Queen and her son Prince Charles, gave fans a rare look at the grounds.
The Queen and Prince Charles at the Frogmore Estate
The image was shared in honour of Easter, and showed her Majesty and the Prince of Wales standing at the end of a bridge over the lake of the gardens, with blooming daffodils and a blossom tree at one side.
In total, the grounds of the Frogmore Estate cover a total of 33 acres within Home Park, which adjoins to Windsor Castle, where the Queen has spent much of the coronavirus pandemic.
The caption reads: "The Queen and the Prince of Wales enjoy a walk in the grounds of Frogmore House, Windsor.
This image is one of two released to mark the Easter weekend. Head over to @clarencehouse to see the second photograph."
Frogmore Cottage in Windsor
Frogmore House is where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex hosted their wedding reception in May 2018, while their residence, Frogmore Cottage, is situated at the front.
The lake seen running behind the Queen and Prince Charles in their most recent photo also backs onto Frogmore Cottage.
It is listed as a Grade-II building, and is believed to feature five bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room and a nursery.
In 2019, the house was renovated and reportedly cost the Sovereign Grant a total of £2.4million.
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