Before becoming an official member of the Royal Family, the Duchess of Sussex used to share interior shots from inside her Toronto home. From vases full of fresh flowers, designer shoes and fresh white linen, Meghan's old home was the stuff of interior dreams.
Reports have claimed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have hired interior designer Vicky Charles to redecorate their Cotswolds home.
Meghan's new home in the heart of the English countryside is going to be fit for a princess...and her prince.
Meghan used to love sharing snippets of her interior taste to social media.
The former actress regularly posted photos of her Toronto home.
Showcasing her inner-perfectionist, the Duchess of Sussex colour-coded each and every single one of her books in her stunning open shelving unit by her bed.
The duchess also had a lavish walk-in wardrobe where she devoted an entire wall to her enviable collection of shoes.
Meghan and Harry's new home boasts six bedrooms, reception rooms and even staff quarters.
The luxury pad is expected to have a high-tech media room, as well as a family room, large walk-in robe and rooms for drivers, security staff and nanny.
Separating their time between their home in Kensington Palace and the Cotswolds, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's countryside home will have a more relaxed feel as they unwind from life in London.