The weekend after we reported that Prince Harry and Meghan are moving into Frogmore Cottage from their Kensington Palace base in August, a shocked American friend texted with the news that Prince Charles wanted to buy hers. Prince Harry paid £25 million ($34 million) for Grade II listed Charles House in North Yorkshire, which is where Harry was born. Prince Charles started selling Frogmore Cottage, a second-floor garden apartment, last year and now we know there are buyers circling the slightly weird, open-air property.
The Potter’s house house is loved by thousands of Potter fans and would have welcomed one of the town’s entertainers who couldn’t get away with being in Frogmore House. Harry and his younger brother will move there before finalizing their move into Apartment 1 at Kensington Palace and could even be there in time for the wedding of Meghan and Prince Harry in May. It will allow Harry, who is 30, to continue training as a helicopter pilot with the Royal Air Force.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will have a nearby home for their five children, George, Charlotte, Viscount Severn, Florence and Isla.