The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have moved into their new home - Frogmore Cottage at Windsor.
The royal parents-to-be are officially country living after moving from Kensington Palace's Nottingham Cottage in London to Frogmore Cottage near Windsor Castle, about 25 miles away - and insiders believe it's a flawless fit for the couple.
Meghan and Harry had planned to move into the house in March but were delayed due to the renovations.
"It is much more private than Kensington Palace", according to an Insider.
Instead, when Harry brought home his new girlfriend, the woman who had left him so smitten he impulsively invited her to Botswana for their third date, he was doused with a proverbial bucket of cold water.
A source previously told The Sun that the couple had been very specific in what they wanted for their new home.
Following a well-deserved and sweet gift of the Frogmore Cottage from The Queen for the expectant Duke and Duchess of Sussex, another welcoming development has arrived before the anticipated birth of their firstborn. If you already made a donation, the couple send you their greatest thanks.
The couple are preparing to welcome their first child in April.
Now, the royal couple has reportedly completed the move from their interim lodgings at Nottingham Cottage and are living on the Windsor estate.
Frogmore Cottage is next to the larger Frogmore House where Meghan and Harry had their evening wedding reception in 2018.
"Meghan also has the added stress of the world's attention on her - everyone wants to catch the first glimpse of the new royal addition. I just looked at her and I was like, 'No, she's not'".
The move means Meghan and Harry will no longer be neighbors of Prince William and Kate, who live in Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.