Meghan Markle and Husband Harry Get Evicted From Their Royal Estate

Perhaps the royal family has had enough of being backstabbed by their own flesh and blood. According to a new report, Meghan Markle and her husband Harry have been evicted from Frogmore Cottage, their family-paid estate. They also won’t be invited to the coming coronation.


The decision came from the very top, with King Charles III booting the attention-seeking couple.

King Charles III is kicking Prince Harry and Meghan Markle out of Frogmore Cottage — and gifting it to disgraced royal Prince Andrew.

A source confirms to Page Six that the incoming king began the eviction process in January just one day after the redheaded royal’s memoir “Spare” hit shelves.

“This eviction surely spells the end of Harry and Meghan’s time in the UK,” a source told The Sun.

To those with any knowledge of the real world, this won’t come as a surprise. As the show “South Park” recently parodied in hilarious fashion, Meghan and Harry have been on a world publicity tour, trashing their family and claiming supposed trauma. All the while, they say that they just want to be left alone.

Still, some apparently find what Charles is doing to be cruel and spiteful.

There has to be leeway given in family affairs. That much is true, but that leeway has to be a two-way street. The rest of the royal family, including the now-deceased queen, tried to make amends multiple times. Meghan, being the fame-seeking person she is, decided to instead join forces with her weak-kneed husband to write a book and do a Netflix series claiming the royal family is full of a bunch of racist monsters.


No doubt there are skeletons, and I’m loathed to defend the royals given I fundamentally disagree with the arrangement (we kind of fought a revolution over it). Still, Meghan and Harry chose their path, and that path has consequences. They could have kept their matters internal, worked them out, and then lived in royal decadence for the rest of their lives. Now, they’ll just live in decadence paid for by their media deals.

There are no real victims here. Certainly, Meghan and Harry don’t qualify, and if they wanted to remain in good standing, including living off the United Kingdom as royals in Frogmore Cottage, they should have done things differently. They didn’t, and for that, we get a nice helping of schadenfreude.


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