Everything is about to change for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. According to royal correspondent Rebecca English writing for the Daily Mail, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning to cancel the lease on their Cotswold house early, and will leave in March 2019. It was previously thought that Meghan and Harry would continue to lease the property even once they had moved out of Nottingham Cottage and into Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, but this is apparently no longer the case.
Back in September 2018, a source told People that Meghan was particularly keen on retreating to her home with Harry in the Cotswolds every weekend. The source claimed, "When she does venture out to Pilates or to get her hair done, she normally goes incognito under a baseball cap." Basically, the Royals tried to live a normal life in the countryside in their weekend home away from the palace.
The exact reason that Meghan and Harry have chosen to move out of their Cotswold home early is unclear, although a source allegedly told the Daily Mail that the move was linked to security concerns.
Until very recently, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's weekend home had been kept largely private, but photos of the property have since been published. Plus, once the renovations are completed on Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, Meghan and Harry will presumably be moving into their new home full time, ahead of the birth of their first baby.