Meghan is hiring the ultramodern Soho House designer who worked with the Clooneys and Beckhams to decorate Frogmore Cottage in style
- The Duchess of Sussex has hired designer Vicky Charles to work on renovation
- Mrs. Charles worked on the Soho House chain of clubs for private members
- The royal couple is moving this year to Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor estate
Meghan Markle hired the top designer of the Soho House clubs to decorate Frogmore Cottage, it has come to the fore.
The Duchess of Sussex supposedly looks like the house on the Windsor estate as the chain of clubs of private members.
She and Prince Harry are planning to go to the monumental house later this year once the renovation of £ 3 million has been completed.
Meghan has hired designer Vicky Charles to work on the renovation, according to The Sun.
Designer Vicky Charles, pictured who has worked on the Soho House chain of clubs for private members, is reportedly being hired for the renovation of Frogmore Cottage
A friend told the newspaper: "Meghan loves Soho House. Her best friend introduced her to Harry and organized their early dates in London-based locations and Soho Farmhouse. & # 39;
Ms. Charles supervised the design of the Soho House offices in Malibu, Chicago and Barcelona.
According to the company's website, they opened their first home in London in 1995 and now have 23 worldwide.
They include locations in London in Shoreditch, White City and Soho itself, as well as a 100 acres farm in Oxfordshire.
Other Soho House locations around the world include New York, Mumbai, Amsterdam and Istanbul.
Mrs. Charles has worked with friends from Harry and Meghan, including the Beckhams and George and Amal Clooney.
Mrs. Charles has worked at the Soho House clubs, including those in Dean Street in the center of London, and has clients including the Beckhams and the Clooneys.
Protective cover is placed above Frogmore (pictured above) as renovation works begin on the new house of Harry and Meghan
Harry and Meghan, pictured at Sandringham on Christmas Day, will go to Frogmore Cottage in the spring when they prepare for their first child in the world
The cottage where Harry and Meghan will settle later this year, looks out onto the beautiful grounds of Frogmore House, pictured
The designer has been described as & ridiculously demanding & # 39; and attracted a series of high-profile customers.
The renovation of Frogmore Cottage has started while the royal couple is getting ready to move their home away from Kensington Palace.
It overlooks the beautiful grounds of Frogmore House, which was chosen by Harry and Meghan as the location for their formal photo session with engagements.
Meghan expects the first child of the couple to be born in the spring.
The builders of the couple are planning to add fireplaces, stairs and a floating floor, but will keep the original floorboards and shutters.
In addition to new additions, the royal couple is also ready to turn green and install a £ 50,000 energy unit that will supply heat, hot water and electricity.
The cottage is only 200 meters from the public accessible long walk, which means that upgrades are needed to ensure the privacy and safety of the couple.
The construction work is covered by the Sovereign Grant – funded by the taxpayer – while the couple will pay the furniture.