Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leave Kensington Palace for Frogmore Cottage in the Windsor Estate, a place with a rich history that literally bears the name of frogs. I can not do better than that!
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However, their new place has a very heartbreaking story. It was once home to the aide and close friend of Queen Victoria, Abdul Karim (aka the Munshi), who lived at the cottage for 10 years before being sent back to India as a result Victoria's death.
As People Originally, Abdul had seen his letters from the queen burned in front of him after his burial on the Frogmore property. Both were incredibly tight (Judi Dench's movie Victoria and Abdul chronicles), but other members of the royal family ordered that their correspondence be immediately destroyed, probably because of jealousy and racism.