Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have officially moved out of their London home, Frogmore Cottage.
Meghan Markle and Harry handed over keys to Frogmore Cottage, six months on from their ‘eviction’.
Their belongings have been shipped back to their home in California, but they are now without a base in Harry’s home country.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were asked to leave the property, which was a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth II. They only lived in Frogmore Cottage for six months, but were said to be devastated to give up the stunning property.
The pair no longer have a base in London now that they’ve returned the keys to their UK abode. They currently live in a mansion in Montecito but are reportedly having relationship difficulties after just five years of marriage.
NewsCorp columnist Louise Roberts told Sky News Australia that the couple’s marriage is on the rocks.
“The fact that he’s got two escape rooms I find very intriguing and probably not a good sign.
“There are some pretty interesting sources that are painting a pretty bleak picture of what’s happening behind those glamorous walls of the Montecito mansion.”
Roberts added that the claims about Harry contacting divorce lawyers also aren’t helping.
“Swirling together, it’s not painting a very positive picture of things at home for them,” the columnist added.
Prince Harry and Meghan have not responded to the claims about their marriage.
The pair tied the knot in the most beautiful ceremony at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle in May 2018.
They marked their five-year anniversary last month.