With Baby Sussex nearly here, Meghan Markle is obviously staying close to home. And it’s now been reported that the Cambridges paid a visit to Harry and Meghan's house over Easter. Sources have told Harper’s Bazaar that Prince William and Kate headed to the couple’s new house after attending the Easter church service at Windsor Castle on Sunday. It’s apparently the first time the pair have visited Frogmore Cottage, which Harry and Meghan moved into at the start of the month.
'William and Catherine visited because Meghan was unable to attend the service,' a source told the publication. 'They wanted to be supportive and see how she is doing. It was a lovely afternoon.' Another insider added, 'Meg and Harry are really settled in now. It’s truly a lovely home and they have done such a great job with the space.' Meghan's mum, Doria, has been with the couple at home for over a week.
Grazia recently revealed that the royal couple are looking at property in the US as part of their plans to have a permanent base in Meghan’s hometown of LA. ‘Meghan and Harry have their hearts set on a place in California,’ our source reveals. ‘They intend to split their time between England and the States a lot more once the baby is born. Meghan likes the idea of being in the city she considers to be “home”, and thinks they’ll be able to maintain more of a private “bubble” there in the months following the birth, when they don’t have so many duties to fulfil.’