Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are moving out of Kensington Palace because Harry 'feels imprisoned' there
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moving out also separates them from Harry's brother Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton who will continue to stay at Kensington Palace
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made the decision to move away from the Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage which is around 25 miles away.
The couple is also currently expecting their first child together in spring 2019. Royal biographer Ingrid Seward who is the author of 'My Husband and I' told PEOPLE, "Harry feels very imprisoned at Kensington Palace. He can’t wait to get out." Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moving out also separates them from Harry's brother Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton.
Both the royal couples have been neighbors at the Kensington Palace and are also going to be splitting their business offices in the upcoming months. Many people believe that these changes are a result of a possible rift between the fab four though others believe that this is just a natural change given that both Prince Harry and Prince William have their own separate families.
36-year-old Prince William must remain in London and maintain a home base there given that he is the heir to the throne while 34-year-old Prince Harry has more freedom to escape the city and move to a much more relaxed and quiet home. Frogmore Cottage offers the new parents-to-be a quiet new setting to raise a family. A royal source shared that Windsor has "more space for children" and "holds a special place in their hearts."
It has been reported that Prince Harry used to believe that he could "do anything he wanted" as he did not have the responsibility of becoming king unlike his elder brother Prince William who is third in line to the throne. Prince Harry has known this since he was a child and would often poke fun at Prince William's future role, according to an insider.
While appearing on 'Robert Jobson’s Royal Podcast', Princess Diana's former protection officer Ken Wharfe recalled a car journey when the boys were children. The boys were with their nanny and their late mother Princess Diana when Prince Harry turned to Prince William and said, "It’s alright, I can do anything because I won’t be king. You will be, therefore I can do what I want."