Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly moved in to their new digs in Frogmore Cottage. And following the palace's announcement that the couple are keeping the birth plans for Baby Sussex "private"—and probably shunning the royals' usual maternity ward, London's Lindo Wing—there's even that Meghan could deliver at the cottage.
It will be a while if we learn about that, if we ever do. But there are some things we know about the cottage: thanks to royal reporter Katie Nicholl's intel, we have details on one of the most important rooms in the couple's newly renovated home. Nicholl told in January that Harry and Meghan had a very specific approach in mind when they decorated their baby's bedroom.
"They've decided not to find out the sex," Nicholl said, "but according to sources who are helping with [their new home] renovations, the nursery itself is going to be very modern. Don't expect to see any baby pink or baby blue. Apparently, it's going to be a monochrome palette—whites and grays, I'm told, will be the color theme for baby Sussex's nursery."
When the baby does arrive—which is looking like sometime very soon—it seems that Harry and Meghan will be just as surprised about their baby's gender as we will. (However, there are that Meghan and Harry have found out, they just aren't sharing the news publicly.)
The couple didn't stop at the color scheme when designing Baby Sussex's nursery. , also courtesy of Nicholl, the royal couple went all out on the renovations. Meghan apparently created a mood board specifically for the nursery, which was outfitted with "top-of-the-line cameras, security windows, and a state-of-the-art stereo system." Harry was said to be geeking out over the tech, while Meghan is likely behind the choice of eco-friendly vegan paint.
All of this was implemented by Vicky Charles, the design director of Soho Farmhouse. Harry and Meghan are both said to be fans of Soho House's aesthetic—so much so, it seems, that they'd like to take it home with them.