Prince Harry and Meghan were asked to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage, in the UK


King Charles III is right to finally draw a line in the royal family. He has made it clear his country, and not his family, comes first as he evicts Prince Harry and Meghan from their UK home, ten-bedroom residence on the royal estate adjoining Windsor Castle. Their time in the UK is up. “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been requested to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage,” their spokesperson confirmed on Thursday morning. Frogmore Cottage was their official UK base and a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth. They had renewed their lease in March last year.They are said to have been told about handing over their keys in January as Prince Harry’s tell-all book was published. Next month, the Duke of York will have his annual allowance of £249,000 ($436,000) cut.


Despite all that’s happened, Charles has made it clear to people that he still loves his second son.But he has now offered Frogmore to disgraced brother Andrew who recently paid off a sex abuse case and is no longer a working royal. A new US poll last week revealed Prince Harry and Meghan are now less popular than Andrew. Harry and Meghan now live full-time in California. The Sussexes have made only rare visits to the U.K. since leaving their royal roles.