The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been hands-on in the design of their home, including making sure a gym and a home entertainment space are added, according to Scobie. Since the couple probably want to have several children, it makes sense that they're already planning for when they can welcome that second child.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex was granted by The Queen a separate support staff based in Buckingham Palace as it focuses on their work and advocacies.
The couple are settling into a life away from London on the Windsor Estate, after the house was extensively renovated. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are immensely grateful for the outpouring of love and support in anticipation of the birth of their first child.
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Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, first announced their Windsor move in November.
It is believed Meghan and Harry hired designers Vicky Charles and Julia Corden of Charles and Co.to refurbish their home. The couple have lived at Nottingham Cottage since their engagement past year.
"They couldn't just complete half of it and move in because from the very start they need their own quarters with the baby and also guest rooms for family and friends, including Doria [Ragland, Meghan's mom] so it needs to be really finished when they get in", said Scobie. Like any anxious first-time mum, she's worried about the birth itself.
There's no doubt Harry and Meghan are overjoyed to have settled in at their new home in Windsor. (Prince Harry and Prince William also divided their households.) While their apartment, which had two bedrooms, was plenty large enough for a baby, it wouldn't be large enough for two babies.