Since that May day, the Duke and Duchess have been looking for their own private oasis. They have spent time in a rented farmhouse on the Great Tew estate in Oxfordshire, close to the private members’ club which they like to frequent, Soho Farmhouse.
But it was never going to be a permanent home, and Frogmore Cottage offers an elegant solution to their exacting demands, with privacy their number one requirement. Frogmore also occupies a special place for the royal couple, not just because of the wedding reception.
They used it as a backdrop for their engagement photographs — in which Meghan wore a £56,000 couture gown — and have traveled down to Windsor often over the past six months to wander unseen in the park.
The house stands only a few yards from the Long Walk, along which the couple rode so handsomely in an open-topped landau during their wedding procession, while a visit to Harry’s grandmother will mean a five-minute walk up to Windsor Castle, should they so wish.
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