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During ITV’s Royal Rota, Chris Ship and Lizzie Robinson discussed Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s decision to move into Frogmore Cottage. Mr Ship pointed out that it would be more convenient for Princess Eugenie to go and see her parents now as they are living together at the Royal Lodge which is also in Windsor.
Ms Robinson said: “We do know that Eugenie is very close particularly to Prince Harry.
“The couples are close, and I think it is really lovely for them that they can go and stay there.
“It will not only be close to granny but also they are not far from Royal Lodge which is just up the road.”
Mr Ship added: “Of course Eugenie and Jack can go and see Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York as much as they want.
“They are of course living together even though they are divorced.
“Quite how that works, we still do not officially know.”
Despite the good relationship she has with the Duke of Sussex, Princess Eugenie was “upset” at the fact her wedding had to be delayed due to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s marriage taking priority according to a royal commentator.
During the Channel 5 documentary ‘Beatrice and Eugenie: Pampered Princesses?’ royal experts Kate Nicholl, Tom Quinn and Ayesha Hazarika discussed the postponement of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding.
Mr Quinn stated that Princess Eugenie was told the British public would not care about her wedding until after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot.
Ms Nicholl said: “Because of the order of hierarchy, she actually had to wait for Prince Harry to marry Meghan before she could marry Jack even though they had been engaged for a long time.”
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Mr Quinn added: “There was a certain amount of upset about that.
“Upset about being told you have got to wait as the British public will not be remotely enthusiastic about this wedding.”
Ms Hazarika added: “I think particularly Prince Andrew has always been a bit miffed that they were never made full working members of the Royal Family.
“I think this was his opportunity to really show them off not just to the country but to the world.”
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