Frogmore Cottage's History Proves It's Atmosphere Might Not Be Good Enough For Raising Baby Archie

Date August 10, 2019 02:05

On May 6th, 2019, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their long-awaited son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Shortly after Archie's birth, the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex moved out of the Kensington Palace into the Frogmore Cottage.

Of course, there were some renovations made before the royal couple moved in. Now, it will most likely be the place where baby Archie will spend his childhood and grow up.

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The Frogmore Cottage was built back in 1801, and was previously a retreat for the Royal and her unmarried daughters. And even though it seems Meghan Markle and Prince Harry like their new home, there are some facts that prove it might not be an ideal place with the ideal neighborhood.

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According to some sources, there is a private burial ground right across from the cottage. It has become the final resting place for a lot of members of the royal family.

For example, the Royal Mausoleum is where Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were buried.

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Victoria's mother, former King Edward VIII and his wife Wallis Simpson were also buried nearby.

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But hopefully, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will make Frogmore Cottage a perfect place for their family!

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