Who needs the white picket fence when you can have your very own castle?
Meghan Markle may be set for a transatlantic move, with fresh chatter claiming Prince Harry wants his girlfriend to live in his new apartment at Kensington Palace asap.
The Sunday Express reveal that Harry is hoping to make Princess Diana's former apartment his permanent residence.
"Harry sees his future at Kensington Palace but he can’t live in Nottingham Cottage forever. It’s not what you would call a family home," a source told the UK paper.
According to the Daily Mail, Harry plans to leave his Nottingham Cottage base and Meghan will move from Toronto to the newly renovated royal residence.
"[Harry] keeps popping round and asking when it will be ready," an insider revealed to the publication.
"He seems in a real hurry to move in with Meghan," they added.
Harry's new digs will be close to big brother William's London home, Apartment 1A, which is around the corner from Prince George's school.
"It's sweet that Harry and Meghan will be living next to William and Kate," the royal source remarked.
Meghan has been spending ample time in London with her beau before she returns back to Canada to film the remainder of Suits.
A pal said, “They’re trying to spend as much time together as possible as Meg has filming commitments over the spring and summer.
"But she feels that a move to London is inevitable as their relationship becomes more serious."
Since confirming their romance back in September, the couple's relationship has put us mere mortals and our significant others all to shame.
Just last week ,it was revealed that Harry took his girlfriend on a late night visit to the Natural History Museum in the British capital.
Apparently Meghan has always wanted to go, so he treated her to a private tour of the iconic landmark.
The Sun claim the cute couple had the entire place to themselves for the night after the museum closed their doors to the public
"It's quite romantic after dark as all the exhibits, including the dinosaurs, are all still lit up," an insider told the publication. "And of course, they had it to themselves."
And now they'll have their very own love pad... All to themselves!
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