Royal fans could roam the grounds of Frogmore House today, allowing them to take a peek into the lives of Harry and Meghan.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved in early May to Frogmore Cottage, on the Frogmore estate in Windsor, prior to the birth of baby Archie.
Today, fans could wander through the royal retreat as part of a special charity event for the National Garden Scheme.
Although visitors passed within 20 feet of Frogmore Cottage, the royal couple was not noticed, some claiming they were trying to peer into the windows & # 39 ;.
Despite the beauty of the gardens, several visitors commented on the sound of airplanes flying above them, some wondering how the newborn royal baby sleeps with the constant sound.
Royal fans today had the rare opportunity to roam the Frogmore House as part of a special charity event for the National Garden Scheme
Visitors responded to the planes flying above and asked how baby Archie (pictured with Harry and Meghan) managed to sleep with the sound
Royal fans today walked within 20 feet of Frogmore Cottage when they entered the grounds of Frogmore House
The grounds of the Frogmore estate are only opened every year for three charity open days
With Heathrow Airport close by, fourteen flights pass within one mile of the house every thirty minutes.
Harry and Meghan are said to have saved as much as £ 50,000 on a sound insulation unit for their new home to block the noise from the jets.
In March, neighbors reported that one BA flight had passed over the roof of the cottage at 3000 feet, with a Virgin flight that passed less than thirty minutes later at 1800 feet.
Royal fan Sophia Money-Coutts said it & # 39; crazy & # 39; how close they came to Harry and Meghan & # 39; s new home.
She wrote: & # 39; Open a few windows and two shiny cars & # 39; s in front so there is someone … Crazy how close you can get.
& # 39; Although how they let Archie sleep under this flight path is beyond me. Absolute racket. & # 39;
Royal fan Sophia Money-Coutts said it & # 39; crazy & # 39; how close they came to Harry and Meghan & # 39; s new home during the visit today
This year the gardens are open from 28 May to 30 May. All proceeds from the open day of tomorrow are given to the British Heart Foundation and go to the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society from Thursday
Eager royal fans shared their snapshots of Frogmore House and Gardens on social media while they were impressed by the experience
Nurses from the Queen's Nursing Institute also attended, with the charity's Twitter account later: & # 39; Fantastic tour of Frogmore for our Queen & # 39; s Nurses by lead gardener Neil Dodds & # 39;
Despite the noise of the passing aircraft and the absence of royal sightings, visitors threw their praise for the gardens.
The House is defended by armed police at all times and offenders can be shot at sight for breaking the perimeter.
Today the residents and tourists walked unrestrained through the exclusive gardens surrounding the home of Harry and Meghan.
More than 400 cars were parked spotted on the approach of the house.
Liz Jones, 70, from Slough, Berkshire said: & I went to Frogmore 20 years ago, I didn't remember so well, but it's just great.
The rare event was a hit with the public with over 400 cars spotted parked on the approach of the house
Although no members of the royal family were noticed today, the visitors threw their praise for the gardens
Fans were able to roam the royal gardens as part of a special charity event for the National Garden Scheme
Most of the year, the house is defended by armed police at all times and offenders can be shot to exceed the perimeter
& # 39; There are many beautiful, low trees and shrubs – and flowers almost everywhere. An unusual one I saw was Camassia. The National Garden Scheme is something very important and I think the royals are very many lovers of the country. & # 39;
The 70-year-old was visiting with her boyfriend, Lynda Hazell, also 70 and from Slough, and together they are planning to start a garden department for the University of the Third Age.
Their visit to Frogmore was an inspiration, they said.
Sandra Whall-Sudnick, from Clarkston, Michigan in the US, was visiting relatives in the UK when she decided to go to Frogmore and joked: “We tried to look through the windows at the top of the house, but we did not see all the signs of life. & # 39;
The 59-year-old added that she had walked around the park for about an hour because the tour was extensive.
Charles Hendy, 68, and van Ruislip, Middlesex, said: & # 39; It was nicely laid out, well maintained, extensive. Lots of wild trees. I'd definitely go again. & # 39;
A fan wrote on Twitter: & # 39; Beautiful morning at Frogmore House and Gardens, before the crowds descended and the rain came & # 39;
The open day of today's open day was well attended and the other two, which take place tomorrow and Thursday, are also expected to attract a substantial audience.
Fans went to Twitter to share their joy when they were admitted to the Frogmore House grounds, posting photos online.
More royal fans went to Twitter to share their experiences with Frogmore.
Nurses from the Queen's Nursing Institute were also present, with the charity's Twitter account later: & # 39; Fantastic tour of Frogmore for our Queen & # 39; s Nurses by main gardener Neil Dodds. & # 39;
Another fan said: & # 39; Wonderful morning at Frogmore House and Gardens, before the crowds descended and the rain came.
& # 39; I feel like a VIP driving the long way. & # 39;
One wrote: & # 39; A rare opportunity to take a look today at Frogmore House Gardens, Windsor Great Park, and see the new plantings. & # 39;
Frogmore House and Gardens are only open to the public on three open days of the open day, when all proceeds are donated to specially selected charities.
This year the gardens are open from 28 May to 30 May.
All proceeds from the open day of tomorrow are given to the British Heart Foundation and Thursday goes to the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society.
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