US Weekly: Meghan 'Really Likes Living in Windsor' Rather Than 'Claustrophobic' Kensington Palace
As revealed by an insider, the Duchess enjoys living with her husband and raising her newborn in their new home, which apparently provides more comfort and privacy.
In an exclusive reveal to US Magazine, a source close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex while speaking on their new home stated that:
“She (Meghan) really likes living in Windsor” before going to add that the Duchess found it “less complicated” to invite her friends and “less claustrophobic”
when compared to the Kensington Palace.
The source went further to reveal that private life was what Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry always wanted. It was what influenced their decision to leave their former home where they lived.
They shared the place with Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their children: George, Charlotte and Louis, and subsequently moved to the Frogmore Cottage in the quaint countryside.
Before the new revelation to the magazine, a royal source previously confirmed that the royal couple chose to have no live-in staff.
Although they employed the services of a nanny and housekeeper during the weekdays to take care of Prince Archie, they handled their affairs privately on evenings and weekends.
“it’s all part of wanting the most normal family environment for Archie”
the previous source disclosed.
MEGHAN HAS HAD IT HARD COPING WITH THE ‘INTENSE’ SPOTLIGHT THAT CAME WITH ROYALTY
Although it is expected that the Duchess would be quite accustomed to life as a famous personality due to her career as an actress, a royal insider claims the new challenge is much tougher for her.
“Meghan has struggled with the intensity of the spotlight” the insider recently revealed while speaking to PEOPLE. And further described life as a royal as “on a different level.”
This isn’t too surprising considering the media scrutiny which has accompanied Meghan since she married Prince Harry in May 2018, and the speculations of the rift. Particularly between her and sister-in-law, Kate Middleton.
However, recent reports have placed the former actress on more favorable grounds following the news of her bonding with Kate Middleton over the course of motherhood. She welcomed her first child, Archie with Prince Harry in May.