Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank are said to have left their stay at Frogmore Cottage in December – just weeks after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex handed them the keys. The couple are expecting their first child together in the coming months and have reportedly favored a return to their Kensington Palace home.
Eugenie and Jack passed the first national lockout in March and April at the Royal Lodge in Windsor.
The sprawling Berkshire Residence has been the home of the Duke of York since 2002.
The 17th century home boasts an impressive 30 bedrooms and 21 acres of secluded grounds.
The Duchess of York gave some insight into how the Royal Family coped during this time by speaking to former X Factor winner Darlton Harris on her City Island podcast.
Fergie said, “During this period of foreclosure, I really enjoyed spending more time with Eugenie and Jack.
“My daughter got married to Jack, oh my God, was that last October?” No, it was in October before, my God! And so, of course, once she’s gone to get married, they live far away.
“And, for the first time in 30 years, I even baked a lemon cake with her, so the first thing is, it’s fantastic.”
In September, Eugenie and Jack announced that they were expecting a baby “in early 2021”.
Just two months later, Meghan and Harry reportedly offered the couple the chance to raise a child in their former marital home in Windsor.
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“But it’s really a deal made between Harry, Meghan, Eugenie and Jack.
“There is a close connection between them. “