Princess Eugenie is very close to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and she seems to be following their move. Prince Harry's cousin will be dividing her time in Portugal and the U.K. after her husband found a job in the said country.
Princess Eugenie Leaves Frogmore Cottage And Moved To CostaTerra Resort
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank occupied Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's official residence in England, the Frogmore Cottage. However, according to a new report from The Telegraph, the couple already deserted the Sussexes' home and is currently living in the luxurious CostaTerra resort in Portugal.
The move came due to Brooksbank's new job. He is working on marketing, sales, and promotion for Mike Meldman's Discovery Land Company.
"Jack is now working for Mike Meldman and they are splitting their time between Portugal and London," an unnamed source told The Telegraph. "It’s a very exciting time for them."
Princess Eugenie's new home offers a "wide range of real estate options," including large estate homesites to contemporary coastal villas, turnkey club residences, and custom luxury homes.
It's also a great place for growing families. Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank share a 1-year-old son, August.
"The combination of our unmatched environmentally thoughtful setting, family-focused experience-based lifestyle, and true exclusivity, make ownership here one of the rarest opportunities in Europe," CostaTerra's website said about the place.
Princess Eugenie Splitting Time In The UK And Portugal
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank will be splitting their time between their new home in Portugal and in the U.K. because the royal princess is still working as a director for the London art gallery Hauser & Wirth on a hybrid basis.
Before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moved to California, the royal couple offered to work as part-time royals and split their time into the United States and U.K. However, the Queen denied their request because she didn't approve of the couple's "one foot in, one foot out approach."
"They tried to find a way to compromise," Finding Freedom co-author Omid Scobie told People. "But would that have enabled them to have that level of happiness and security that they have today? Probably not. Those ties to the institution [of the monarchy] would have still been strong and there would have constantly been issues about financial endeavors and the business decisions they made."
Prince Harry and Markle have no regrets about their decision to pursue what they wanted. The couple wanted to be financially independent of the monarchy, and they were able to achieve it after singing a multi-million and multi-year deal with Netflix and Spotify. They were also able to book speaking and publishing deals. They are ready for the "thrive chapter," according to Scobie.
"If we look at where they are now, they feel that it worked out in the best possible way in the end," the royal correspondent added. "It's only now that they've found a life that supports their interests and enables them to focus on the things that are important to them."
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