Meghan Markle likes living in Windsor for a reason.

Earlier this year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they would have a separate household from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. In April, they moved out of Kensington Palace to live at their new home, Frogmore Cottage, in Windsor.

“She really likes living in Windsor,” an insider told Us Weekly.

“It’s much less complicated to have friends visit and feels less claustrophobic than Kensington Palace.”

Markle reportedly wanted a quiet life even if she was used to the glamour of Hollywood. In fact, it was what they were aiming for when they moved to their new home.

“The cottage is much more private, and they wanted that for the arrival of the baby,” the insider continued.

“Harry and Meghan are very happy with how the cottage turned out. They are looking forward to really starting their lives together on their own.”

Another report claimed that Prince Harry and Markle moved to Frogmore for a shocking reason that had nothing to do with Prince William and Kate Middleton. The couple was reportedly concerned about their safety due to “security scare” in Kensington Palace.

The local council reportedly gave public access to security plans for Kensington Palace. The local authority ordered to keep the documents a secret, but anyone can still access it.

In related news, Queen Elizabeth II is reportedly worried about Prince Harry’s troublesome behavior after he married Markle. The Duke of Sussex has become more elusive from the press under the influence of his “opinionated wife.”

Many also noticed that Prince Harry looked grumpy and miserable lately. Others find him unhappy after his wedding to Markle.

This led one netizen to ask if Prince Harry would regret marrying Markle. Some netizens said he would not. Others said that between the two, Markle would probably regret her decision in marrying the royal family because she lost her independence and individuality.

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Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex is pictured visiting the Royal Variety Charity’s on Dec. 18, 2018, in Twickenham, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images