Harry’s heartbreaking 7-word response to King Charles after being evicted from Frogmore Cottage

Harry's heartbreaking 7-word response to King Charles after being evicted from Frogmore Cottage

It’s no secret that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have had a strained relationship with King Charles and the Royal Family. From interviews to a Netflix series, the couple has made waves and caused quite a stir.

Last year, it was reported that Charles had finally had enough and evicted Harry and Meghan from their UK base of Frogmore Cottage. This decision shocked the couple, and new details have recently emerged, revealing a heartbreaking conversation between Harry and his father.

A Royal Residence with History

Frogmore Cottage holds a special place in the history of the Royal Family. It has been a royal residence since 1792 and has been home to many members of the family. The name came from the abundance of frogs in the area, and it has seen generations of royals pass through its doors. Queen Charlotte, the wife of George III, bought the cottage as a country home for her family, and later, it became the residence of the Duchess of Kent. Queen Victoria’s mother was even laid to rest in a mausoleum on the cottage’s grounds.

In recent years, Frogmore Cottage underwent renovations when Harry and Meghan made it their home. The couple spent around $3 million on refurbishments and agreed to repay that sum to UK taxpayers when they stepped down from their royal duties. While they lost police protection, Frogmore Cottage remained their UK base for visits to the country.

However, their time at Frogmore Cottage came to an unexpected end when King Charles evicted them. This decision came just days after Harry’s memoir, “Spare,” was released and left Charles “spitting mad.” The news of their eviction stunned Harry and Meghan, and it led to a heartbreaking conversation between Harry and his father, which revealed the true strain in their relationship.

A Devastating Conversation

Despite the tensions between them, Harry reached out to his father after being evicted from Frogmore Cottage. In their conversation, Harry posed a baffling question to King Charles, asking, “Do you want to see your grandchildren?” This desperate plea for his father’s approval and support left Harry with little hope as Charles made a half-hearted declaration that they would always have “somewhere to stay.” It was clear to Harry that Frogmore Cottage was no longer their safe haven in the UK.

Adding to the pain, it was reported that Prince Andrew was offered Frogmore Cottage as an alternative. This not only served as a punishment for Harry and Meghan but also highlighted the effort to streamline the properties used by the family. The whole situation left Harry and Meghan feeling cut out of the picture and like their future in the UK was uncertain.

Moving On

Since the eviction, Harry and Meghan have moved on with their lives. They purchased a house in Montecito, California, and have expressed their true feelings about Frogmore Cottage, describing it as “so small” and having low ceilings that constantly caused Harry to bump his head. Despite the challenges, they have found a new place to call home and are focusing on their growing family.

The relationship between Harry and Charles remains strained, with neither of them showing signs of reconciliation. The public fallout and the release of Harry’s memoir have only deepened the divide. It’s a sad turn of events for a father and son who were once believed to have a close bond.

Now, as Harry and Meghan continue to navigate their new lives outside the Royal Family, it’s clear that Frogmore Cottage holds bittersweet memories for them. It was the place where they made a home and started their independent journey, but it’s also a reminder of the fractured relationships within the Royal Family.

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