The royal couple, who wed on July 17, are believed to be living in Nottingham Cottage. The property was left vacant after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moved to the United States, meaning it can now be occupied by someone else.
Located near Ivy Cottage – where Princess Beatrice’s sister Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank live – the property is located within the grounds of Kensington Palace.
The sisters have always been close, so it would be natural that they wanted to live close to each other.
The two-bedroom residence has been nicknamed “Nott Cott,” a short variation of its full name.
Its rather small size in comparison to other royal homes is ideal for a newly-wed couple.
In addition to the two bedrooms, the house boasts two reception rooms, a small kitchen, bathroom and garden.
The cottage’s stylish interiors were designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
Before getting married, Prince Beatrice was living in the apartment she once shared with Eugenie inside of St James’s Palace in London.
It is believed Mr Mapelli Mozzi lived there for a period of time too with Beatrice.
Despite only having 20 friends and family in attendance, the pair could not host a wedding reception due to coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
But they reportedly invited friends to Beatrice’s parents’ home of Royal Lodge to continue the celebrations.
Of the surprise wedding, a friend told People: “They were both desperate for it to happen.
“They wanted everything to be very classic and elegant; small but refined.
The source added: “It felt super- romantic and lovely.”
Published at Fri, 21 Aug 2020 00:27:00 +0000