King Charles is reportedly set to offer the Duke and Duchess of Sussex an “olive department” by permitting them to keep at Buckingham Palace once they go to Britain in future.
The monarch, 74, is claimed to have given Prince Harry, 38, and his spouse Meghan, 41, “weeks” to transfer out of their grace-and-favour house of Frogmore Cottage in Windsor – which can be given to Prince Harry – however is now thought to be planning on providing them a luxurious spot within the palace, in accordance to the Mail on Sunday. (05.03.23)
It stated it’s a part of the “newest transfer within the complicated merry-go-round of royal properties set in movement by the King’s plans to streamline the monarchy and take away perks from non-working Royals”.
Harry and Meghan now dwell in a nine-bedroom £12 million home in Montecito, California, after they stop life as senior royals in 2020 and are stated to have been advised to get their belongings out of Frogmore.
The Mail on Sunday added Palace sources had insisted the couple will nonetheless be invited to the king’s Coronation on Could 6 regardless of fallout from Harry’s fixed revelations in regards to the royals in interviews and his ebook ‘Spare’.
It stated sources shut to King Charles, 74, and Queen Consort Camilla, 75, say the couple had been “livid” and left “wearied” by the claims in Harry’s autobiography, wherein he stated his brother Prince William pushed him to the ground.
An insider added: ‘His Majesty is livid, as is William. However the King just isn’t a foul man.
“He has no want to see his brother Andrew homeless or penniless. Nor does he want to deprive the Sussexes of a base within the UK.
“London is a greater match. The Sussexes have at all times needed rooms at Buckingham Palace.
“They might have Andrew’s outdated rooms there, that are presently being vacated.”