Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in the process of renovating their new home, Frogmore Cottage, and reports are saying that they are planning to decorate it according to feng shui. The royal couple who got married last year are expecting their first baby this spring, and are naturally excited to create a dream home for their growing family. Frogmore Cottage is an estate in Windsor, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be moving there from Kensington Palace shortly.
Frogmore Cottage was a wedding gift from the Queen, and while 'cottage' might make it sound like a humble abode, this ten-bedroom home will be more than spacious enough for Prince Harry, Meghan and their baby. While the parents-to-be are rumored to be getting help with the decorating from the interior designer behind Soho House, they are making sure to leave their own mark on the home decor as well.
As reported by Cosmopolitan, Meghan Markle shared a lot of interior design ideas on her no longer active blog 'The Tig'. Before being romantically linked to Prince Harry, Meghan would be quite active on social media, and one of her blog posts was about the benefits of decorating based on feng shui, an ancient Chinese method of creating a home based on energy flows.
While the renovation needs to work around the fact that Frogmore Cottage is a listed building, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have managed to incorporate a yoga studio in their new home as well as a couple of new fireplaces. The young couple has also made sure all paint works are done with vegan paint, reportedly infused with eucalyptus oil, and as extra as this might sound, it is actually a very environmentally friendly choice to make since no animals or bugs are involved in the process.
With all these bits of information about how Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are decorating their new home, it is safe to assume people are getting very curious to see Frogmore House once it is finished. Let's hope they share some photos of their new home and their baby once the dust has settled.