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Is this the new cottage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?

Is this the new cottage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?

Rumors say the couple has fallen in love with Beaconsfield Farm, a ruined Roman villa located in the idyllic Cotswolds.

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Located in the town of Great Tew, in Chipping Norton (Oxfordshire), the house is very close to the new property of the Beckhams.

And the famous Soho Farmhouse, where Harry and Meghan enjoyed their secret dates, it is also very close!

Fancy meeting Chipping Norton? Well, here are some pictures ...

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But if something is clear is that the house will need a comprehensive reform to become the Royal residence of the couple.

In fact, a source revealed that: "It is said that Harry is seriously thinking of buying Beaconsfield Farm, but right now it's a disaster, it's full of mud and it's going to need a lot of work.

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And he continues: "All I know is that Harry is buying around the area, but I don't want to say anything else."

At the moment, Kensington Palace has not spoken about it, so we will have to wait ...

Via: Country Living UK