- Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi could be moving into Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's old home, Nottingham Cottage.
- Nottingham Cottage is in Kensington Palace and right next door to Princess Eugenie's place.
Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi just got married (in a socially distanced wedding with the Queen, casual) and are currently on a mini-moon in France and the Amalfi coast. Which honestly would be a full-blown honeymoon for most normal people, so I can only imagine what the real thing is gonna look like.
ANYWAY, apparently Bea and Edo are going to need a home to live in once they head back to the United Kingdom, and it looks like Meghan and Harry's old cottage at Kensington Palace could be on the table, at least according to royal experts at Hello!
Honestly, this speculation makes a lot of sense. First of all, Nottingham Cottage has been vacant since Meghan and Harry moved to Frogmore—but it's also right next door to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's home at Ivy Cottage. And Prince William and Kate Middleton also happen to live on the premises—when they're not staying at their country home, at least.
Apparently, Nottingham Cottage has been vacant since Meghan and Harry moved in March 2019, and fun fact: William and Kate also used to live there for two years prior to moving into the much fancier "Apartment 1A," where Princess Margaret lived. The ceilings of Nottingham Cottage are apparently so low that William had to "stoop" to avoiding hitting his head, so good luck Edo and Bea!