Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just scored some real estate outside of London. The newlyweds have reportedly signed a two-year lease on a home on the Great Tew Estate in the Cotswolds, a source told Us Weekly.
The couple’s official residence is Kensington Palace, but while renovations are taking place, they’ll spend their weekends at a home called WestfieldLarge, which is an hour and a half outside of London, according to an insider.
The property is located on the same 4,000-acre plot as David and Victoria Beckham‘s country home and Soho Farmhouse, where Markle had her spa-themed bridal shower in March. The soirée was organized by the Duchess’ friend, Markus Anderson, who’s a consultant for Soho House.
The Estate is “centered around” the village of Great Tew and Tew Park, but it hosts more than picturesque homes. An ironstone quarry and active farmlands are also on-site.
In addition to the Cotswold residence, Harry and Meghan are reportedly receiving a home as a wedding gift from the Queen. Her Majesty is expected to give York Cottage from her Sandringham Estate in Norfolk to the couple. (She gave Prince William and Kate Middleton Anmer Hall after they wed in 2011.)
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex currently live in the two-bedroom Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace, but they’re rumored to upgrade to a 21-bedroom apartment on palace grounds, which is currently under construction.
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.