King Charles III has made his first public appearance since the news was confirmed that the monarch was evicting Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from Frogmore Cottage. The news was made public on Wednesday, with a spokesperson for the Sussexes’ confirming the news later that day, by stating they had been “requested to vacate” the Windsor-based property.

The 74-year-old appeared relaxed as he made his way into St Mary Magdalene Church for the Sunday morning service.

The couple lived in the five-bedroom home when they lived in the UK as senior royals and kept the property after moving out of the UK, as a base for potential visits.

Their last stay at Frogmore Cottage was in June 2022, when the couple and their two children visited for the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The official statement, regarding their eviction, read: “We can confirm The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been requested to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage.”

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The King’s decision to evict the couple was prompted by Harry’s attacks on Camilla, particularly in his interviews in January.

An insider told the Mirror: “It was the last straw.

“Harry was well aware how Camilla would be a red line for his father and he crossed with flagrant disregard anyway.”

They added that they “crossed the line” and the King thought they were the “ultimate act of disrespect”.

Despite this, reports have suggested that the King may not be giving up on the couple completely and could offer them a place to stay at the official London residence, Buckingham Palace.


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