According to the official version, this step a couple will be decided through the birth of the first child which should be born in the spring. The royal couple now live in Nottingham Cottage in the ground of Kensington Palace and are upping sticks to accommodate their expanding family.
According to reports, the cottage is now undergoing a large refurbishment to transform it from staff accommodation to a family home.
Frogmore is now divided into five flats, meaning there would be space for separate accommodation for Meghan's mother Doria Ragland.
A sensational new report in the Express today claims that, per an apparent request from Prince Harry, Meghan Markle will need to play down her acting skills at the royal family's Christmas celebration in Sandringham this year.
According to reports, the historic royal residence is under renovation for its new tenants, as well as examining the property for possible security concerns for the new royal couple.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been living in Kensington Palace since their wedding in May.
The couple will reportedly move from the two-bedroom Nottingham Cottage they've shared since their engagement to the lavish 10-bedroom Frogmore Cottage, about a kilometre south of Windsor Castle, Mirror reports.
Before Harry and Meghan can move into the 10-bedroom cottage, it will need substantial renovations since it's now used housing for staff. The nesting newlyweds are moving early next year into "Frogmore Cottage" on the grounds of the Royal Windsor estate, where they were married.
The cottage the pair now live in was previously home to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge before they moved into a 20-room apartment inside the palace. The Duke and Duchess will continue to work from Kensington Palace, where their current offices are.
"Kate and Meghan are very different people".
The Kensington Palace now shared this message. A relationship that has not finished evolving and that, even if Meghan Markle and prince Harry have officially chose to leave Kensington Palace.