Ever since his whirlwind romance with Meghan Markle began, Prince Harry’s life has seen some major changes. And now with their first child on the way, it looks like it’s finally time for his home to get a more family-friendly design overhaul. Specifically, there's word that Meghan’s been working on getting their home renovated ever since they tied the knot...and that includes saying goodbye to Harry’s “man-cave.”
According to a source, staff have already started stripping Harry’s man cave of all the goodies to make room for a nursery. Like what? The game room was reportedly decked out with a bar and beer fridges, video game systems, sports memorabilia, giant screens and massage chairs. But given Nottingham Cottage is one of the smallest properties on the Royal estate, with only two bedrooms, he’s going to have to make some room for his growing family.
A source notes: “Meghan has done an amazing job transforming Nottingham Cottages into a really classy but modern home for them and their future family so far.
ONE MORE THING! Meghan is proving to be a great host, not only with the changes she’s making around the house but also thanks to her cooking skills! She recently whipped up some homemade banana bread with chocolate chips and ginger during the couple's visit to the Admiralty House in Sydney, Australia. Royal journalist Emily Nash took to Twitter to share pictures of the delicious pastry, which Meghan apparently baked for their trip to the family-run Mountain View Farm in Dubbo. She also brought some Fortnum & Mason Royal Blend tea to pair with the bread.
Here's Meggz chatting with some Aussie kids about potential baby names: