PRINCE Harry is set to ditch his tiny cottage near Will and Kate for a ten-room mansion in Windsor – so Meghan’s mum Doria can share babysitting duties.


The newlyweds will leave their marital home in the grounds of Kensington Palace for the Grade II-listed pad as part of their preparations for the new arrival.


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Harry and Meghan will be waving goodbye to their Kensington Palace pad and moving to Windsor[/caption]


The Queen has given them the sprawling Frogmore Cottage, which is having a multi-million pound refit paid for by the taxpayer.


It will provide ten bedrooms and a nursery for their baby, due in April. The couple are expected to move in next year.


Reportedly joining them will be Meghan’s mum Doria – who is expected to fly in from Los Angeles to help the busy couple raise the new Royal baby.


A source told the Sunday Mirror: “With a baby on the way, there wasn’t the option of the Duke and Duchess staying at the palace as Nottingham Cottage is tiny and none of the bigger apartments are available.


The Queen has given Harry and Meghan this stunning 10-bedroom cottage in the grounds of Windsor Castle

“Doria will be staying with them for quite long periods and they need a larger place.”


“Frogmore Cottage isn’t massive but it’s certainly big enough for Doria to have a separate area there.”


But a friend close to the couple has claimed that the decision to move may be because a rift is developing between the two couples because “Kate and Meghan are very different people”.


It comes after we revealed the newlyweds decided to move away after a rift opened up between Kate Middleton and the Duchess of Sussex.


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Doria Ragland is expected to move into the palace
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A royal source told The Sun: “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.


“But there has been a bit of tension between the brothers.


“Now Harry and Meghan don’t want to live next to William and Kate and want to strike out on their own.”


A Kensington Palace said: “We won’t be able to comment on whether she [Doria] will be moving in.”




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