It seems Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have their hearts set on the countryside, as the soon-to-be newlyweds may be moving out of Nottingham Cottage.
Reports suggest the couple are hoping to move to the Cotswolds - a part of the UK known for its rolling hills - in the near future.
While Nottingham Cottage sits in the grounds of beautiful Kensington Palace, which they share with William, Kate and the kids, and other members of the royal family, it seems Prince Harry and Meghan are eyeing up Beaconsfield Farm in the village of Great Tew.
And the run-down Roman villa is just five miles from Chipping Norton so the pair may soon become neighbours with David and Victoria Beckham, who are currently renovating a $8.7 million property nearby.
But according to local residents, the farm is in need of some serious TLC.
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“The understanding is that Harry’s seriously thinking of taking on Beaconsfield Farm,” a source revealed.
“It’s a right old mess at the moment though – it’s full of mud. It’s a couple of barns I think. He’ll have to do it up.”
“All I know is Harry is buying in the area. I wouldn’t want to say anything more than that.”
And if the couple do decide to relocate to the countryside, they will be just a short drive away from celebrity haunt, Soho Farmhouse, where they enjoyed a handful of secret dates last year.
Kensington Palace has yet to comment on the rumoured move.
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