William and Kate Moving into Their New Home—But Here’s Why They Won’t Be Inviting Harry & Meghan Over

Prince William and Kate Middleton are moving into their new house, but it doesn’t appear like Harry and Meghan will be invited. This summer, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will relocate to a new cottage with their kids, but is there enough for more?

Prince William and Kate are reportedly relocating to Adelaide Cottage this summer, according to Hello Magazine. The cottage is a perfect four-bedroom place that will be cozy for their children: Prince George, 9 Princess Charlotte, 7 and Prince Louis, 4.

The Cambridges are downsizing from their nine-bedroom apartment in Kensington Palace. It’s unclear if each of their kids would have a room, but it would make guest rooms more limited.

As per Stylecaster, the new home will be close to Harry and Meghan’s current residence, Frogmore Cottage, where they just renewed their lease. The bedroom has great decor, including golden dolphins and ceiling rope decorations recycled from a 19th-century royal yacht, according to The Sun.

In September 2022, Harry and Meghan will make a number of charity appearances in the UK, according to an announcement. The Duke of Sussex’s relationship with his brother, though, is still in limbo. Their relationship has reportedly “hit rock bottom,” according to an insider who spoke to Us Weekly in a report published on June 22, 2022.

The insider asserts that the relationship between the Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex has “not been in a good place” for years and that it has been “doomed” and “irreparable” ever since Harry and Meghan Markle’s candid interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021.

Following the CBS interview, the source claims that William “doesn’t know who [Harry] is anymore and the trust between them is strained,” noting that the royal family has been “burned so many times” by Harry’s public statements. “They’ll never recover from the damage that has been done.”