If you weren't able to attend Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's 2018 nuptials in person — a.k.a. most of us — then we've got good news for you! Frogmore House, the place the couple held their evening reception for 200 guests, will be open to the public in 2022.
Beginning in the spring, the residence will be open on three charity days — when proceeds are donated to some organizations — and in August, pre-booked groups of 15 people will be an option.
Visitors will get to see the gardens where Queen Elizabeth frequently walks her corgis and where Meghan, 39, and Harry, 36, took their stunning engagement photos.
Frogmore House was built in the 17th century, but after George III's wife, Queen Charlotte, bought the property in 1792, it became a royal residence.
If you're lucky, perhaps a member of the royal family will be spotted, as Meghan and Harry's U.K. residence, Frogmore Cottage, is close to Frogmore House.
At the moment, Princess Eugenie, Jack Brooksbank and their son, August, currently reside there after the former actress and the dad-of-two moved to California in 2020.
“The building was originally five different cottages before it was given to Harry and Meghan," a source said of the home. “They spent a lot of money getting it into shape for their family — before quitting for California."
When Harry returned to the U.K. in early July for Princess Diana's statue unveiling, he was able to isolate at the cottage since there was plenty of room.
“Eugenie and Jack were handed the keys last year and told they could use it while Harry and Meghan were in America," the insider continued. “The cottage is now literally split into two, meaning Harry can isolate in one half of the house without ever coming into contact with his cousin and her family. It has been set up for his return after last-minute plans seemed to work when he was back for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral in April.”