An expert claimed Harry and Meghan’s Nottingham Cottage home was the beginning of their rift with fellow royals. Royal author Tom Quinn, made the claims while speaking to Channel 5’s documentary, Meghan & Harry: Two Troubled Years.
The home was designed by Sir Christopher Wren, one of the most highly acclaimed British architects who designed the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral.
Known as Nott Cott, the home is where Harry and Meghan became engaged with the Prince popping the questions as they roasted a chicken.
In their engagement interview, the pair gave a glimpse inside the abode.
They sat in a large reception room, decorated in cream and white hues.
The pair added some colour to the home with cushions upholstered in Lewis & Wood’s Tribal fabric, which retails at a whopping £118.20 per metre. Behind the couple was an antique lamp.
Kate and William’s London home of Apartment 1A in Kensington Palace is much larger. h
The home is a four-storey apartment with 20 rooms. It is decorated in a lavish, timeless style, full of antiques handed down through the ages.
It features grand, intricately carved ceilings and ornate carpets.
The couple’s drawing-room, glimpse via pictures of Barack Obama’s official visit in 2016 showed a warm, creamed-toned room.
It featured a slightly threadbare sofa, covered with pillows in clashing prints.
Ornate tables and vases are dotted around the room, as are lots of family photos.
There is a large fabric ottoman in the centre of the room with a floral motif.