As the couple prepare to move into Frogmore Cottage on the Queen's peaceful Windsor estate ahead of the April arrival of Baby Sussex, sources claim they are also eyeing up a luxury Roman villa in the Cotswolds.
Beaconsfield Farm in the picture-postcard village of Great Tew, Chipping Norton boasts a converted farmhosue, several out-buildings, a Roman Villa and a lake on-site.
The property is next door to the home of David and Victoria Beckham who the Duke and Duchess of Sussex already enjoy a close friendship with.
Beaconsfield is just a stones' throw from celebrity hot-spot Soho Farmhouse, a hotel frequented by the UK's rich and famous.
Former British Prime Minister David Cameron and Grand Tour host Jeremy Clarkson also live in the area.
Despite needing significant renovations, the Oxfordshire farm is said to have 'caught the eye' of the Sussexes.
Just an hour from London, it could act as an accessible country home for the parents-to-be in the same way Prince William and Kate Middleton use Norfolk's Anmer Hall as their rural retreat.
It's not the first time the newlyweds have been rumoured to be buying Beaconsfield Farm, with royal sources previously confirming the Oxfordshire area has 'a very special place in the couple's hearts'.