Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have officially ditched their digs in the UK.
According to ITV News, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are finally packed up and moved out of Frogmore Cottage — three months after King Charles III evicted them from the property.
In fact, a palace official told the outlet that Harry, 38, and Markle, 41, had “only just left” the estate.
Despite moving to California in 2020 amid Megxit, the cottage — which is located on the Windsor estate — was their official UK residence.
Harry had stayed at the five-bedroom home in April while in town for his phone hacking lawsuit against the Daily Mail, but the annual Sovereign Grant report shows that Frogmore Cottage is currently vacant.
The monarch, 74, apparently started the eviction process just one day after Prince Harry’s shocking memoir, “Spare,” hit shelves.
Harry made several bombshell allegations against his now-estranged family in the memoir, including that Charles constantly joked he wasn’t Harry’s “real” father.
While the palace has yet to confirm who will be moving into the home, Charles is allegedly planning on gifting it to Prince Andrew.
However, Andrew is reportedly against the move as it would be a major downgrade from his luxurious 30-bedroom home, Royal Lodge.
While Charles was planning on using Andrew’s financial situation as a way to oust him from the property, the disgraced royal received a large inheritance following the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.
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Meanwhile, Andrew recently offered up Frogmore Cottage to his daughter Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, following the birth of her second son, Ernest.
“For now, Andrew has got one over his brother and we will see how long it lasts,” a royal source told us.
If Andrew moved into Frogmore Cottage, it would free up his current sprawling estate for Prince William, Kate Middleton and their three children.
However, insiders told Page Six last week that the Prince and Princess of Wales have no interest in moving right now.
A source close to William and Kate told Page Six the couple is “extremely happy” at Adelaide Cottage with their three children, Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 8, and 5-year-old Prince Louis.