Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new home is being funded by someone surprising. The couple is pictured attending Commonwealth Day services in London on March 11, 2019. Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

The split that was previously announced between Prince William and Prince Harry’s houses is official, but the new home that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are setting up at Frogmore House is being funded by someone unexpected.

According to Express UK, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new home at Frogmore House, where they will live with their soon to be born baby, is actually being funded by both the Queen and Prince Charles from the private estates of the Duchy of Lancaster and Duchy of Cornwall.

The website reports that the Duchy of Lancaster is worth an estimated £534 million while the Duchy of Cornwall is worth £1 billion. It’s unclear how much money is being used from those estates to run the couple’s new home, though they have reportedly spent an estimated £3 million on renovations to Frogmore Cottage to include both a nursery and space for a live-in nanny.

It’s been reported that Markle has been particular when it comes to the renovations of her home, and has taken her reputation as “demanding” to the project as well.

“She’s making demands left and right and friends worry because she is on the go all the time and simply not taking any breaks,” a source told Radar Online last month.

She reportedly became so demanding that even when she went to New York for the baby shower that her friends threw her, she was phoning others in the UK to still oversee the project.

“Even at her recent baby shower in New York City she was on the phone with people in the U.K. at all hours barking orders at them for—of all things—the paint!” the source said. “She was told she needed approval and she said she didn’t care about approval because she doesn’t need approval and what she says goes.”