Fans don't know how baby Archie sleeps in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new home
Some fans got to have a closer look than others when Frogmore Estate opened up to the public yesterday.
The estate on which Prince Harry and Meghan Marke's home resides saw flocks of tourists taking to the surrounding gardens and getting within 20ft of the Sussexes home.
The pair are now in the cottage one year after spending time previous to this doing extensive renovations while living on Kensington Estate.
But yesterday on the open tour of the estate, fans reportedly "peeked" into the home of the royal pair with many claiming they were at home as windows were open and two "shiny cars" in the driveway.
And although many adored the grounds and the royal home, most seemed puzzled by how they live under a flight path.
"How they’re getting Archie to sleep under this flight path is beyond me. Absolute racket," one wrote on Twitter.
And they're not wrong, the royals home is under a flight path near Heathrow Airport where 28 flights pass per hour.
But the royals reportedly spent £50,000 to soundproof their home and so, we're sure baby Archie isn't aware of the noise until he's brought out of the house.
The Frogmore Gardens will be open again to members of the public with guided tours on May 28 - May 30. If you're a true royal fan this could be a great opportunity to learn more about the history of the property and potentially spot Harry. Wouldn't we die.