Where does Princess Eugenie live and where is Kensington Palace’s Ivy Cottage?

But where will Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank return to once the festivities are over? Here's what we know about their lovely new home – and its proximity to the "Fab Four" of royalty.

Where does Princess Eugenie live?

Eugenie, 28, had been living with her sister Princess Beatrice, 30, in a four-bedroom apartment at St James' Palace.

Four months into her engagement to Jack Brooksbank the couple moved in together to Ivy Cottage, Harper's Bazaar reports.

And after their wedding on October 12, 2018, they'll continue to settle into their marital home – the first place the besotted pair have lived together in the seven years they've been an item.

It may be called a cottage, but their new home boasts three bedrooms – and is apparently twice as big as neighbouring Harry and Meghan's two-bed.

Ivy Cottage was previously deputy head of the palace’s property department, but became vacant after he retired from the post over two years ago.


Where is Ivy Cottage?

Ivy Cottage is located within the plush complex of Kensington Palace, West London, where the royal "Fab Four" also reside.

The Palace itself lies on the Western edge of Hudge Park, around a ten minute walk from High Street Kensington.

Eugenie and Jack are living only a stone's throw from the Sussexes in Nottingham Cottage, where Harry proposed to Meghan over a roast chicken.

Completing the young, fun set are Prince William and Kate, who live in Apartment 1A with their three children, George, Charlotte and Louis.

The Princess will still be close to her sister, with St James' Palace just a two mile walk over the park.

There are also six apartments housing the Duke and Duchess of Kent and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent in the Palace.

The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester are said to have recently moved out.



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