Oficial: Meghan y el príncipe Harry se mudan a su nuevo hogar en Windsor

Los duques de Sussex ya comenzarán a adaptarse a la paternidad.

No más cámaras, protocolos ni normas. A pocas semanas de dar a luz, Meghan Markle y el príncipe Harry oficialmente se mudaron a un nuevo hogar en Windsor, Frogmore cottage. Los duques de Sussex han abandonado el Palacio de Kensington.

El portal Hola confirmó la noticia del movimiento, donde esperan adaptarse a la paternidad. El nuevo miembro de la realeza debe llegar a finales de abril, aunque Meghan Markle, de 37 años, que también podría ser a principios de mayo. Los duques ahora podrán comenzar una vida más privada, pero llena de trabajo.

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"Es mucho más privado que el Palacio de Kensington. Harry y Meghan podrán pasear a sus perros, como lo hacía la Reina, e ir a cualquier lugar del parque libremente". Así lo detalló Darren McGrady, quien fue chef personal de la princesa Diana y vivía cerca de Frogmore Cottage.

La lujosa vivienda de los @sussexroyal (cuenta de Instagram) también cuenta con un campo de golf en sus terrenos, cuenta McGrady. Además, "hay árboles de morera donde se solían recoger moras para la ginebra del príncipe Philip (…) Y está la granja Prince Consort, donde aún mantienen una manada de vacas, un regalo para la Reina, y el Old Windsor Dairy, que proporciona toda la leche fresca".

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A pesar de la mudanza y la gestación de Meghan Markle, el príncipe Harry aún viajará frecuentemente a Londres. En la capital inglesa aún conserva su oficina, hasta que esta sea movida al Palacio de Buckingham. Pero no todo parece ser privacidad e intimidad, ya que según medios británicos, la reina Isabel le otorgó a su ex secretario el trabajo especial de "vigilar" a los duques de Sussex.

Luego de tres publicaciones en su cuenta oficial de Instagram, Meghan y Harry ya manejan 3,5 millones de seguidores. El posteo más reciente fue la mañana de este jueves.

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Today The Duke of Sussex met with families, children and young adults at @Ymcaenglandandwales in South Ealing as a continuation of his dedicated work in the mental health space. “There continues to be huge progress in smashing the stigma that surrounds mental health, but let’s keep normalising the conversation. Let’s keep reminding each other that it’s okay to not be okay, and to listen to each other. After all, how we think determines how we act, how we feel, and how we treat ourselves and those around us.” -The Duke of Sussex. It takes courage, strength and honesty, but talking through your mental health issues often becomes the key to dealing with them. Just like physical exercise, which we all know is good for us; we have to care for our minds as much as we do for our bodies. 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem at some point in their lives. It is a part of all of us. Have an unashamed conversation on how you feel, be empowered to share your story and you will see you are not alone. For more information visit @heads_together.⁣ – 📷Royal Communications / PA

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After serving in the @BritishArmy for ten years, The Duke of Sussex has committed himself to promoting the welfare of members of the Armed Forces and veterans. The Duke knows the lasting effects military service can have, as soldiers recover from PTS after battle or struggle to get back into the normalities of civilian life. Through his work with servicemen and women, The Duke has also seen how families benefit from extra support when their loved ones are away and adjusting to life back home. He met many soldiers and their families at the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch in London today. This is an annual event which raises money for @soldierscharity to support those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Duke’s work with wounded servicemen and women has included creating @weareinvictusgames, volunteering with the Army's Personnel Recovery Unit in London, trekking with wounded servicemen and women to the South Pole and in the Arctic and supporting a number of adventure challenges through his Endeavour Fund. The Duchess of Sussex was unfortunately unable to attend today, but has joined her husband in supporting the troops at the Invictus Games, Endeavour Fund and with the TILS Fund, as an extension of her previous work in this space. By participating in events like today’s, The Duke hopes that servicemen and women are recognised for their unique skill set and abilities, and that we all work together to ensure that they and their families have the support they need and deserve during and after service.

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