Prince Henry and his wife, Meghan, have unveiled a new residence on the grounds of Windsor Castle shortly before the birth of their first child, which is expected later this month, as revealed by the British tabloid "Daily Mirror". .
The Dukes of Sussex have left the London Palace of Kensington, where they lived until now, to move to Frogmore Cottage, in the English county of Berkshire.
Queen Elizabeth II has given them the house, which has been one of the residences of the British monarchy for two centuries and in which the dukes have undertaken a profound reform.
According to the British tabloids, the couple has already received the first guest in their new home, make-up artist Daniel Martin, who was responsible for the image of Meghan at his wedding, in May of last year.
An official spokesperson for the couple had already announced in November their intention to move to Frogmore Cottage once the remodeling work had been completed.
"Windsor is a very special place for their Royal Highnesses and they are very grateful that their official residence will be in those lands," said the source.
Enrique and Meghan have not yet revealed what will be the sex of their first child, nor have they clarified where the Duchess of Sussex plans to give birth.
Experts in the British monarchy have pointed out that, if it is a girl, they could choose to call her Diana, the name of her deceased paternal grandmother, Princess Diana of Wales.
If it were a child, those experts speculate with the possibility that they opt for a biblical name or real tradition, such as Matthew or James.