As Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, prepare for the imminent arrival of their first child, they've been in the midst of a great deal of transition within the royal fold. Sitting in Windsor Home Park, it was once known as Double Garden Cottage, and it is surrounded by lawns.
Now that the Duke and Duchess have moved away from London, and have launched their own Instagram account @sussexroyal, the couple has successfully carved out a separate life and identity from Kate Middleton and Prince Harry.
It was earlier announced by the Queen that the couple will get their own court inside the Royal Family as they split from Harry's older brother and his wife, the launch of the social media account being a step toward this.
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The Sussexes have lived at Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace since their engagement and following their wedding.
Following the move to Windsor, their staff will remain at Buckingham Palace and report to the Queen's courtiers, as per normal.
As well as being the place where Duchess Catherine gave birth to her children with husband Prince William, Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three, and Prince Louis, 11 months, it is also the place where the late Princess Diana welcomed Harry and William.
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They were pictured watching fireworks there during the party in May.
With just weeks to go until the royal baby's due date, Meghan's hospital bag is likely to be already packed for when she goes into labour.
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