Inside royal homes and destinations where Meghan Markle and Harry could stay after being evicted from Frogmore Cottage

Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, walk outside Windsor Castle, following the passing of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, in Windsor, Britain, September 10, 2022. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

THESE are the royal homes and destinations where Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could stay now they’ve been evicted.

HOAR today exclusively revealed the Sussexes were being booted out of Frogmore Cottage.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been evicted from their Frogmore Castle

Here are other places the couple could stay if they visited the UK – including Windsor Castle

The couple could also sleep over in one of Buckingham Palace’s 52 bedrooms designated for Royals

While the couple have been living in the US since Megxit, the cottage had been a gift to them from the late Queen.

The eviction could see Harry and Meghan without a UK home – but here are some royal properties they could stay in should they come visit.

Windsor Castle

The Sussexes have stayed in the castle before – and were said to have had their eyes on it before shifting into Frogmore.

A source told the Sunday Times the pair had asked the Queen if they could shift into Windsor Castle itself.

Harry and Meghan were said to have wanted to get their hands on a “suite of apartments”.

However, Her Majesty was said to have declined the pair – then gifted them Frogmore Cottage.

Soho House

In his bombshell memoir Spare, Harry writes fondly of the times he’s spent with Meghan at Soho House – including steamy details.

It was there where the pair met for their first date after Harry first spotted Meghan on Instagram.

The Sussexes also reunited at the London hotel after spending weeks apart in the summer of 2016.

Nottingham Cottage

Nottingham Cottage sits on the grounds of Kensington Palace and was a bachelor pad for the Duke of Sussex from 2013.

Then, in 2017, Meghan shifted in and the pair called it home until they made the move to Frogmore.

The couple gave a sneak peek inside what Harry calls “Nott Cott” when their documentary hit screens in December.

The Express reported Princess Eugenie and her growing family now call Nottingham Cottage home – and divide their time between there and Portugal.

But, Prince Harry has spoken fondly of his and Meghan’s relationship with his cousin and her family – so may be offered a bed.

The couple once called Frogmore Cottage home – but could potentially still go visit

Buckingham Palace has a number of rooms on offer

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace has a whopping 775 rooms which are used for a range of different functions.

Among that the palace boasts 52 bedrooms for royals and guests – perhaps the pair could nab one of those.

Adelaide Cottage

In 2018, Harry and Meghan were said to have their eyes on Adelaide Cottage as a potential family home.

But now Prince William, Kate and their three children are settled there.

Harry could ask to stay with his brother, but his chances of a warm welcome may be slim.

In Spare, Harry labelled William his “arch-nemesis”, and described the time he knocked him to the ground.

In a room at Frogmore Cottage

And while the couple may have just been booted out of their UK base, it’s said that Prince Andrew could be moving in.

The disgraced Duke of York, who faces being booted out of his Royal Lodge mansion, is said to be “resisting” the move.

But if Andrew does make the shift, perhaps he’ll offer his nephew a bed.

The Sussexes also used to live in Nottingham Cottage, or as Harry calls it ‘Nott Cott’

The Sussexes could stay at Adelaide Cottage – which Prince William and Kate call home