Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly “seriously considering” moving to a “secret toothpick” outside London.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are hoping to get closer to the Queen, indicating that they intend to play a more senior role in the royal family.
Wells, 39, and Kate, 39, are thought to be “keeping an eye” on Windsor, looking for suitable areas to raise their three children.
But according to the Telegraph, the future king and his family may consider a less important place: the deserted and private Frogmore House.
The property is currently vacant and just half a mile from Windsor Castle, in the grounds of Windsor Home Park – and the 35-acre gardens are sometimes called the royal family’s “secret bolt holes.”
The Queen describes the gardens as “amazingly comfortable” and often drives her dogs there, while it was the site of Harry and Meghan’s wedding.
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A big hemp farm about the stench of Harry and Meghan neighbors is near their 11M mansion
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wealthy neighbors suffer from royal stench – a huge cannabis plant.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex live just minutes from the base of a legal hay factory in Santa Barbara, California.
The couple’s 11-million-pound mansion is just a stone’s throw away from 20 large greenhouses full of plants.
Neighbors have now filed a series of complaints, prompting the company to install a new “odor control system.”
One resident complained that the stench was so bad that he had to pull over while driving on the road. The factory is a 10-minute drive from the Montecito mansion, where the couple lives with their son, Archie, and two-and-a-half-month-old daughter, Llebette.
The princess’ helicopter was grounded during an emergency flight
The Queen’s helicopter was grounded during an emergency flight to pick up Princess Ann.
The مل 5m Scorsky S-76 suffered a technical glitch within minutes of taking off on Wednesday.
The pilots canceled their 200-mile voyage to Balmoral and returned to Newcastle Airport, where mechanics were still repairing the fault 24 hours later.
The executive twin-engine plane was en route to the estate in the Scottish Highlands, where the Queen is on vacation, to collect Ann, 71.
An insider said: “The first precaution was taken and he was immediately sent back to rectify the technical glitch. No members of the royal family were present in the helicopter. Fortunately, alternative travel arrangements were sought. There was plenty of time to do it.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will never be ‘popular’ with them
Angela Lyon, who wrote Harry: Conversation with the Prince, commented after a poll that public opinion about Sussex had waned.
Figures from a YouGov poll show the pair fell straight after the poll switched to England for the United States.
It all fell apart when Meghan and Harry spoke to Oprah Winfrey in their televised interview.
The Duke of Sussex alone has dropped its UK approval rating by 50 points – an 81% satisfaction rate when the UK engaged him to Meghan.
Leon wrote on Twitter about the news: “When you live in a house with 16 bathrooms, endless groaning with pity for yourself will not make you popular.”
It is claimed that the couple considered naming Shahi, who expressed concern about their son Archie’s skin color.
Prince Andrew is still interested in the American Epstein Probe
Andrew, 61, opposes ways to co-operate in the criminal investigation of dead billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged accomplices.
U.S. prosecutors – who are opening Epstein’s massive underage sex trafficking operation – accused Andrew of “zero cooperation” last year.
Reuters news agency reported earlier this month that Andrew Epstein was a “person of interest” in the investigation – led by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York. He is considered a “at least” witness.
As part of their investigation, Epstein’s alleged madam, Bert Socialite, 59-year-old Gaselin Maxwell, is accused of buying girls for her ex-boyfriend.
Duke is also facing a civil lawsuit in the United States from sex slave Virginia Geoffrey, alleging that he sexually abused her. He has vehemently denied the allegations in the past.