Since announcing their engagement, Meghan Markle has been settling into her new life in London with her husband-to-be Prince Harry.
And her new home already has plenty of fond memories for the former Suits actress as it’s the place where lovestruck Prince Harry, 33, proposed over a roast chicken dinner.
The US star, 36, also spent some of the festive season there last year and even picked out a tree from a local store with Harry.
Nottingham Cottage, a modest 1,300-square-foot, two-bedroom abode, is tucked away in the grounds of Kensington Palace.
“It’s a lovely, classic Victorian cottage. It’s probably two-up, three [rooms] down. It’s not very big, incredibly small,” former police protection officer Ken Wharfe told People magazine.
While it is the smallest abode on the estate, it boasts reception rooms designed by Sir Christopher Wren and a small garden, where Harry slung up a hammock when he first moved into the property.
Wharfe added: “They are well restored, typical country cottages and originally used for the estate workers. In the past 40 years or so they’ve been accommodation for senior members of the household.