Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are due to welcome their second child later this year, but that's not the only change that lies ahead for the couple.
According to a source who spoke to OK!, Eugenie and Jack are planning to split their time between the UK and the US. As for the reason behind the transatlantic move, the insider revealed that Jack's recent work promotion – at the US-based firm, Discovery Land Company – means he'll travelling between the UK, US and Portugal on a regular basis, and so his family are joining him.
And that's not all! The source also claimed that Eugenie and Jack will stay with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at their Montecito mansion whenever they need to spend time in California – which shouldn't come as a surprise, given how close the foursome are.
As we all know, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex relocated to the US after stepping down as senior working royals in 2020. But this didn't impact the Sussexes' relationship with Eugenie and Jack, as the group have maintained a close bond and have been spotted together on numerous occasions.
News that Eugenie and Jack are planning to split their time between the UK and the US comes just days after the Sussexes confirmed they'd been asked to leave their Frogmore Cottage home.
"We can confirm the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been requested to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage," a spokesperson for the couple said last week after rumours started circulating that King Charles III had plans to move his brother, Prince Andrew, into the property instead.
Although there's been no confirmation from Buckingham Palace in regards to who will move into Frogmore Cottage, OK!'s source seems to believe that Eugenie and Jack will be the new residents.
"The Sussexes are disappointed by the move but couldn’t be happier that Eugenie and Jack will take it over," the insider claimed. "They have been staying there on and off for the past few years anyway."
Erm, we love this roomie situ!
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