Like the rest of the royals, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a home at Kensington Palace. But Nottingham Cottage, where they currently reside, won't be their only abode. An Us Weekly source just confirmed that the couple will have a country home, too. If that's not luxe enough, the property comes with celebrity neighbors.
According to Us Weekly, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have signed a two-year lease on a weekend house: WestfieldLarge in Cotswolds, England. Costwolds is located just 90 minutes from London, so they'll have no trouble moving between their two properties. WestfieldLarge sits on the same grounds as the country home of another famous husband and wife: David and Victoria Beckham. We aren't sure how often the couples will run into each other, though, considering their shared land is 4,000 acres.
Harry and Meghan plan to lodge at WestfieldLarge while Nottingham Cottage is being renovated. That being said, they've also been working on the country home. "They recently had security cameras installed around the perimeter," the source explained. "Meghan loves the Cotswolds and fell in love with the estate the first time she went," the source shared.
This may not be their only new piece of real estate, either. The source noted that Queen Elizabeth II will "most likely give them a house as a wedding present as she did with William and Kate." Whatever the case, Meghan's excited to try her hand at interior design. "She can't wait to decorate," the source said.