The Palace has released a statement which denies the recent report that claimed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had issued a list of royal ‘Dos and Don’ts’ for their neighbours surrounding Frogmore Cottage.
According to the Sun, other banned things include instigating a conversation with the Royals, offering to babysit baby Archie, posting a letter through their letterbox.
Though Harry and Meghan are known for their love of privacy, this latest step didn’t actually come from them.
Today, a palace spokesperson denied the rumours saying: “The Duke and Duchess didn’t request this, didn’t know about it, and had nothing to do with the content or guidance offered.”
Harry and Meghan moved into Frogmore Cottage shortly before the arrival of their son, after numerous refurbishments were carried out.
Currently, the Duchess of Sussex is on official maternity leave after giving birth to baby boy Archie. Still, fans have been treated to a number of surprise appearances since the birth.
She will likely be off royal duties until the autumn, more specifically October.
In October, the Sussexes will travel to Africa on official duties and is the first engagement planned for Meghan so far.
Although we don’t see Meghan and Archie, we recently got an update on them by Dr Jane Goodall.
Apparently, last month, she stopped by Frogmore Cottage to visit the Sussex family. And she even had the chance to “cuddle” baby Archie.
Jane added of her friendship with the royals: “Harry asked if I would go and meet him. They made me a dame of the British empire so I guess he thought it would be good to meet me. And we clicked.” She added: “I have met the Duchess once just last month and Harry twice. She told me she’s followed me all her life. She told me: ‘You’ve been my idol since I was a child. I’ve worshipped you all my life.’ She came in at the end with Archie and I got to cuddle him!”