After Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the knot in May 2018, it was understood the new couple would live in Kensington Palace.
The Duchess of Sussex immediately moved into Nottingham Cottage in London, England to be close to the royal family.
The cottage served as Prince Harry’s bachelor pad when he was single.
The cosy little cottage resides on the grounds of the sweeping royal estate Kensington Palace.
Nottingham Cottage was previously home to Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and his wife Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge.
After having children, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge then moved into a 21-room apartment inside the palace.
Meghan and Harry’s humble abode consists of two bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and a bathroom.
It is the same place where Harry proposed to his bride over a home-cooked dinner of roast chicken in November of 2017.
Nottingham Cottage is considered a modest home for the newlyweds – who are expected to upgrade into a more spacious place now they have a baby on the way.
Meghan – who worked as a Hollywood actress before marrying into the royal family – moved from her home in Toronto, Canada when her relationship with Harry grew serious.
Meghan was born in Los Angeles, America and moved to Canada to film her hit show, Suits, which she left after being linked to Prince Harry.
Kensington Palace, located next to London’s Hyde Park, is home to 15 royals, including William and Kate, Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank.
The Duke of Gloucester, one of Queen Elizabeth II’s cousins, also lives in an apartment in Kensington Palace with the Duchess of Gloucester, his wife.
Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip live in quarters in Buckingham Palace.