Harry’s heartbreaking 7-word response to King Charles after being evicted from Frogmore Cottage

It’s safe to conclude that King Charles and the rest of the Royal Family do not have the best of feelings with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. A significant number of royalists were incensed by the numerous interviews, the Netflix series, and the Duke’s memoir. Charles, on his part, was said to have finally had enough. He ejected Harry and Meghan from Frogmore Cottage, their UK residence, in January of last year.

The decision made by the now-monarch was claimed to have stunned the newlyweds at the time. However, further information has surfaced, and according to one account, Harry even posed a perplexing inquiry to King Charles after learning of the news.

For a brief period in 2018, Harry and Meghan resided at Kensington Palace following their royal marriage. But that house belonged to Prince William and Kate Middleton. After a brief stay in Nottingham Cottage, the newlyweds moved to Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor Cottage property with their possessions. It was a present from the late Queen Elizabeth for their wedding.

The Frogmore Cottage

Since 1792, Frogmore Cottage has been home to royalty. Named for the numerous frogs in the region, the structure dates back to the 1680s. Numerous members of the Royal Family have lived there since then. Frogmore Cottage was first bought by Queen Charlotte, the wife of George III, as a country retreat for her family. Later, the Duchess of Kent called it home. On the premises of the mausoleum, Queen Victoria’s mother was buried.

Frogmore was restored and repainted in the 1980s. Harry and Meghan became its two new inhabitants almost forty years later.

The royal estate underwent renovations by the newlyweds, which came to about $3 million. Harry and Meghan promised to reimburse UK taxpayers for the full cost when they left their royal positions. They may, therefore, continue to use Frogmore Cottage as their base of operations while in the UK.

After Harry and Meghan resigned from their royal duties, it was said that the royal estate served as their “only sufficiently secure refuge in the country” because they were no longer eligible for national police protection.

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Then the course of events changed significantly. In January of last year, a few days after the publication of Harry’s book Spare, King Charles made a decision regarding the property’s destiny.

Subsequently, a representative for Harry and Meghan verified that they had been forced out of Frogmore Cottage.

The spokeswoman told Vanity Fair, “We can confirm the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been requested to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage.”

Meghan and Harry were kicked out.

Prince Andrew was reportedly given the choice to move into Frogmore when Harry and Meghan received their notice of eviction from Buckingham Palace, according to The Sun. The disgraced prince has lived in Windsor Great Park since 2003, and he currently stays in a 30-room Royal Lodge.

The King wanted Andrew to relocate into Frogmore Cottage, but Andrew was reportedly aggressively “resisting” this intention, according to The Sun.

The Sun was informed by a royal source that “this definitely spells the end of Harry and Meghan’s time in the UK.”

There was no denying that Harry’s book and its contents had not pleased Charles and the other senior royals. The relationship between Harry and Meghan and the Firm has been tense ever since its release, along with the other interviews and the Netflix series that debuted in December 2022. Nevertheless, Harry and Meghan were present at Queen Elizabeth’s burial in September 2022, and Harry was present when his father was crowned at Westminster Abbey in the spring of last year.

Nevertheless, there was little chance to atone for past transgressions during the coronation.

Although reports state that neither Prince William nor King Charles have read Spare, it is safe to presume that they are well-versed in its contents. Because of this, Harry’s relationships with his father and brother are naturally at an all-time low, and on his visit to the UK for the coronation last year, there was no indication that the three would make up.


Speaking with The Sun, lip-reading specialist Jerey Freeman revealed a few things that Harry is rumored to have mentioned to Princess Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank, with whom he was seated at Westminster Abbey, before to the start of the coronation ceremony. He claimed that the Duke was groaning and whispering, “I’m tired of the way they treat me.”

“They show no concern”

“It’s not an ideal situation,” Harry said, and Freeman heard him respond. Jack Brooksbank said, “If I can make you feel any better, even I can do it.” Is this not the calm life?

“They don’t give a damn,” Harry replied.

“It’s not over, and I don’t have time for that,” Jack Brooksbank continued.

“It’s a given,” Harry said in closing.

On the momentous day, Prince Harry avoided having close contact with either his brother or King Charles. Harry reportedly got into a car outside Westminster Abbey right after the coronation service, according to the PA News agency. After that, at 19:30 local time, he boarded a British Airways flight and returned to Los Angeles.

Charles was allegedly “genuinely disappointed” that he was unable to attend the exclusive lunch in the UK, the insider told Daily Mail. But other members of the Royal Family “breathed a sigh of relief” that Harry had gone.

Whatever has transpired up to now, it is unchangeable that only a day after Spare was freed—that is, a few months before his coronation—King Charles made the decision to remove his son and daughter-in-law.

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Omad Scobie, a writer and royal specialist, claims that Charles was “spitting mad” over Harry’s book, which surely contributed to his son’s expulsion.

The eviction decision made by King Charles “stunned” Harry and Meghan.

At the time, people close to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said the couple was “stunned” by the choice.

Harry and Meghan have until early summer to move out, according to a source who spoke with Scobie for Yahoo. They were originally only allowed a few weeks, but now they have at least until the coronation.

“It feels like a harsh punishment and very final,” a friend of Harry and Meghan’s stated. “The family seems to want to permanently remove them from the picture.”

Harry and Meghan have until early summer to move out, according to a source who spoke with Scobie for Yahoo. “They were only allowed a few weeks at first, but now they have at least until after the coronation.”

“It feels like a harsh punishment and very final,” a friend of Harry and Meghan’s stated. “The family seems to want to permanently remove them from the picture.”

More information regarding what actually transpired is now available. In his most recent book, Endgame, royal novelist Omid Scobie—who is rumored to have been friends with both Harry and Meghan—wrote that King Charles desired to punish the Sussexes. He also referred to it as a “cheap shot.”

King Charles

According to the author’s sources, Harry and Meghan’s eviction included a “significant” portion that was “undoubtedly” a penalty for having just a few weeks earlier released their Netflix series.

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Because of the armed guards stationed around the estate, Omid Scobie asserts that Frogmore was Harry and Meghan’s “only safe place to stay when visiting the UK.”

Days after King Charles’s decision to have them removed startled Harry, according to Scobie, he told his father what he had done.

Would you like to see your grandkids? King Charles was reportedly informed by Harry over the phone.

“A half-hearted declaration that they would always have’somewhere to stay'” was subsequently made by Charles.

But according to the author, it “didn’t give Harry much hope.”

Scobie continued, “The last straw was when Frogmore Cottage was offered to the disgraced Prince Andrew.”

According to Scobie in Endgame, “For Charles, the issue of Frogmore Cottage wasn’t just about punishing his son, though sources say that ‘undoubtedly’ played a significant role.”

“It was also a component of the endeavor to simplify the family’s portfolio of properties.”


Omid Scobie went on, “It was not a decisive action by a resolute King to stay mum about Harry’s accusations and remain publicly unconcerned for his son’s welfare while ending his family’s lease on a safe UK residence.”

Frogmore Cottage appeared to Harry and Meghan to be “so small.”

Harry and Meghan had already purchased their home in Montecito, California, before the Netflix series debuted. Even though Frogmore Cottage served as their base in the UK at the time, they were honest about their sentiments about the erstwhile royal house.

Frogmore Cottage was characterized as “so small” by Harry and Meghan.

“The entire structure is slightly slanted, featuring extremely low ceilings.” Therefore, I don’t know who was there previously, but they must have been quite short,” Harry remarked. Meghan laughed and revealed that Harry would frequently “knock his head since he is so tall.”

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