Meghan Markle has a new place to escape her ongoing royal feud with Kate Middleton. RadarOnline.com has learned the Duchess of Sussex and her husband Prince Harry have leased a 4,000 acre vacation home in the area of Oxfordshire.
The royals leased the home last year and are expected to hold onto the property even after they move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor ahead of their child's birth.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, a feud between Markle and her new sister-in-law Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is rumored to be behind the move. Sources tell RadarOnline.com the royal in-laws are “very different people” and simply “don’t get on” together.
Take a look at Meghan and Harry’s new vacation home in this RadarOnline.com gallery.
The private Cotswold estate is made up of a four-bedroom converted barn and a two-bedroom outhouse for staff or guests.
The couple's new property is valued at more than $3 million. As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Markle and Prince Harry are no longer living near Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton in Kensington Palace.
Prince Harry, 34, and Markle, 37, enjoy will enjoy a main house which features kitchens both upstairs and downstairs, and floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of the surrounding Oxfordshire countryside.
The royal pair's estate boasts a huge dining room and an outdoor seating area complete with patio heaters for entertaining guests on summer evenings. Markle will live in the lap of luxury. She's been rumored have displayed diva behavior since marrying Harry.
The hideaway has previously been used to host several celebrity friends, like George and Amal Clooney, David and Victoria Beckham, and Serena Williams.
It’s also just a short walk to Harry’s favorite local pub, The Falkland Arms.
The former Suits star and Harry are planning to move from Kensington Palace into the Frogmore Cottage in Windsor later this year, which will be their new official home.
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