A royal insider told The Sun: “The Palace traditionalists are grumpy that such a prime space is being given over to Harry and Meghan, who have perfectly adequate offices already at Kensington Palace.”
The source continued: “There are a lot of people trying to cause trouble for the Duke and Duchess as a result of this move.”
“But the facts are they were offered these rooms by the master of the household because they are currently unoccupied and used as meeting rooms.”
“They will be reserved for Harry and Meghan when they are at the Palace but the permanent space is shared for the staff.”
“There is not going to be work done on the offices and there is no budget for any new furniture or anything like that. It’s simply a case of taking out the current furniture and installing new desks.”
Last month it came to light that the renovation had cost British taxpayers $4.4 million dollars so far.
Express.co.uk reports the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have replaced a luxury carpet in their new Frogmore Cottage home that was damaged by one of their muddy dogs, just days after it was laid.
An insider told the publication that they had tried to clean the carpet, but the damage was too extensive and it had to be replaced.
The Palace also released accounts which detailed the extent of the renovations that were carried out at the couple's new home.
Buckingham Palace said Frogmore Cottage was in very poor shape and needed ceilings and floors replacing, extensive rewiring, and the installation of gas and water mains - but there's no mention of a yoga studio.
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