Published: Mon, July 29, 2019
Culture | By Margie Dunn

Harry and Meghan had nothing to do with 'rules for neighbours' - Palace

Harry and Meghan had nothing to do with 'rules for neighbours' - Palace

Locals at the couple's Frogmore Cottage home on the Windsor estate are also prohibited from offering neighborly favors, such as babysitting or dogwalking, The Sun reported.

As per the Daily express report, a spokesperson for Buckingham Palace said Harry and Meghan were not involved in it.

But a local complained, "It's extraordinary".

The Sussexes announced they would be heading to Africa for a royal tour at the end of June and shared their excitement over their "first official tour as a family". Oh, and if the Queen won't do it, Prince Charles should "step in and say, 'Something's not right.' They should force her into this, or it's just going to continue to cause problems in her life".

The list applies to royal staff, officials who live in grace-and-favour houses and Crown Estate employees.

"It's odd because it's just good manners to engage your neighbour in conversation in a pleasant way". In that case, they can offer a simple "good morning". Katie Nicholl, who has written biographies on the royal family, said: "We know that they're living this wonderful tucked away life at Frogmore Cottage which is pretty much, from what I hear, a fortress".

After Kensington Palace shared exclusive new photos taken by George's mum, Kate Middleton, in honour of his big day, Harry and Meghan commented on one of the posts via the Sussex Royal Instagram account, writing, "Happy Birthday!"

Samantha Cohen also stepped down as the Duchess's private secretary after 17 years with the royal family.

"Now you're a mother, I hope you're grown up and mature enough to figure out family is very important", Markle Jnr told The Mirror. I don't blame her for not wanting to have a relationship with them.

Royal correspondent Richard Palmer has written, "It is clear that Meghan is regarded as hard and demanding by some in the family and on the staff". While visiting Scotland, royal expert Phil Dampier expects Meghan to spend some quality time with her husband's grandmother and get some advice from the long reigning monarch.

Now they are coming off as distinctly unneighbourly!

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