Filings published by Companies House for ‘Prince Henry Charles Albert David Duke of Sussex’ record that his ‘New Country/State Usually Resident’ is now the USA, while it previously stated the United Kingdom.

Royal experts have said Harry was ‘deeply wounded’ by his father’s order for him and Meghan to leave Frogmore, which had been a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth, with suggestions that he was making a point by choosing the date. It comes after Harry revealed earlier this year that he has ‘considered’ becoming a US citizen, a move which would mean he may have to renounce his titles.

    ‘The thought has crossed my mind but not a high priority right now,’ he said on Good Morning America in February
    Prince Harry has officially changed his formal residential status to the US, using the date of his Frogmore Cottage eviction as the start date of the bombshell change.Harry and his wife Meghan Markle were given Frogmore Cottage as a wedding gift from the late Queen Elizabeth II. However, King Charles asked the Sussexes to vacate the property last March.Meghan and Harry moved into Frogmore Cottage in 2019 and stayed there until announcing their decision to step down from the Royal Family. Their time at the property was surrounded by controversy as they spent £2.4 million of taxpayers’ money on renovations. Here, we’ve taken a look back at the financial details and full controversies surrounding Frogmore Cottage.

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    Meghan, Harry and Frogmore Cottage

    Frogmore Cottage
    Frogmore Cottage was gifted to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (Image: REX/Shutterstock)
    £2.4 million renovations
    Meghan and Harry spent £2.4 million of taxpayers’ money on renovations to their new home, according to official royal accounts. Work included the removal of a chimney, re-finishing the roof and adding new staircases.

    The couple also had new fireplaces installed and a new “floating” wooden floor. The “floating” floor was created in the main kitchen area in order to protect the old flooring underneath.
    Frogmore CottageThe Sovereign Grant, which pays for salaries of staff, upkeep of palaces and official royal duties, paid for the renovations. The Sussexes paid privately for all fittings, fixtures and furnishings.After using the £2.4 million for the renovations, Harry and Meghan paid back the costs in September 2020. Harry’s spokesman confirmed he had paid the bill in full by making a contribution to the grant.