The glamorous house that Meghan Markle left behind in Toronto is actually nicer than a palace
If you've been keeping up with the royals, you'll know that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are officially on the move.
It's been announced that the couple, who are expecting their first baby, are leaving their home of Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace in London for Frogmore Cottage, a 10-bedroom home in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
This will be the second move in two years for Meghan, who came to England from Toronto back in 2017 shortly before she and Prince Harry got engaged.
Her former Canadian home went on the market last December, eventually selling for $1.6 million.
The property listing showed us that the townhouse had been stripped of all of Meghan's decor after she left, but in images from her now-defunct Instagram page we can see exactly how she had it while she was there.
Proud dog mum Meghan took lots of snaps of her adorable pups Bogart and Guy in the house, which she lived in while she shot TV show Suits.
The photos show that she has sophisticated, girly taste - white furniture and stairs, a pink striped rug at the entryway, gilded mirrors and lots of flowers.
Meghan, an avid reader, also kept books all over her house.
Images of her guest room show that she even colour-coordinated her books. As you do.
Her own bedroom was cosy and super minimal, with a mirrored wall that Meghan was fond of taking selfies in.
Our favourite part? The dedicated shoe wall.