- There's a new report from Harry and Meghan's royal days
- Queen Elizabeth II is said to have turned down a wish of theirs
- It had to do with living at Windsor Castle – not Frogmore Cottage
In 2020, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan suddenly decided to resign their royal duties and retire to the US.
But shortly before that, they had a big request for none other than Harry's grandmother: Queen Elizabeth II.
How the Queen handled Harry and Meghan's royal home
According to The Times, Meghan and Harry were planning to settle down at Windsor Castle after their marriage in 2018. The Queen, however, is said to have refused their wish to move into Windsor Castle.
The monarch at the time is said to have "firmly denied" the idea. She found it extremely inappropriate, because only she and her husband lived there at that time.
Instead, Meghan and Harry were assigned to live at Frogmore Cottage. The couple spent a period of months living at Frogmore until they decided to give up their royal duties, and leave for a new life in the US.