In fact, a friend close to The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their first child any day now, told People that the couple “feel claustrophobic in their home in Kensington Palace."
"I presume it must be nice to get out and away. Without neighbours who are all either family or staff, they will now have their own thing."
And once current renovations are complete, the couple see Frogmore, which is located just five minutes from Windsor Castle and the Queen herself, as the perfect place to raise a family.
"It has the most amazing mulberry walk, where we would pick mulberries for Prince Phillip's gin," a former staffer reveals.
"And when the Queen is there on a Sunday afternoon. it is a five-minute walk up the hill for tea with Granny. It is gorgeous. They will be able to sit on their front lawn and hear the sound of wood on willow of the cricket match."