Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank have reportedly moved out of the Frogmore Cottage home Prince Harry and Meghan Markle previously lived in.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly struck up a private arrangement with the expectant couple to move into the empty house.
It is reported that part of the move was driven by a desire for pregnant Eugenie to live near parents Prince Andrew and Fergie.
Prince Harry and Meghan were said to have been "delighted" to "open up their home" to Eugenie and Jack but it appears the couple have already moved out, the Sun claims.
A reported insider told the publication Frogmore is "empty again" and Eugenie and Jack are back at Kensington Palace.
The source said: "It is empty again. Why does no one want to live in Frogmore Cottage? What is wrong with the place?"
That would mean the couple lived at renovated Frogmore for just six weeks before packing up their belongings.
Eugenie was also reportedly spotted shopping in Kensington, West London, just ten days ago.
At the time Eugenie and Harry's plans emerged, it was reported the Duke and Duchess would "house share" with Jack his cousin Eugenie.
If the couple chose to return to Britain, Meghan and Harry planned to return to Frogmore as their UK home, sources close the couple claimed.
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Prince Harry and Meghan spent £2.4million of taxpayers money on transforming the cottage on the Windsor Castle estate into a family home.
The couple then announced their decision to step down as senior members of the Royal Family and have now bought an £11m California mansion.
After Meghan and Harry landed a multi-million dollar deal with US streaming giant Netflix, Harry paid back the renovation cost.
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