Elizabeth II “threw” Markle’s things out of the house in the middle of the night

Queen Elizabeth II found use in the abandoned family nest Frogmore House, which previously belonged to Megan Markle and Prince Harry.

According to The Sun, she decided to put a pregnant granddaughter, Princess Eugenia, in the house.

The building has been empty ever since Megan declared “Megsit” and took her humble husband and child to the States, relinquishing royalty and privileges.

Elizabeth decided to move into the cottage the cousin of Prince Harry and her husband Jack Brooksbank, who by early 2021 are waiting for the birth of their firstborn.

According to the newspaper, Markle’s things were “thrown out” of the house right in the middle of the night. And it happened two weeks ago. However, all the things that were eventually taken out of the house were sent to California.

The Queen has presented Frogmor House to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for wedding. In the mansion was a major repair, which cost more than three million dollars of taxpayers’ money. The couple settled in the house in April 2019, and in January 2020 hastily left the place.

Princess Eugene of York is the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew, son of Elizabeth II. In October 2018, Eugenia and English businessman Jack Brooksbank got married (met since 2011). In September this year it became known that Eugenia and Jack are waiting for their firstborn.