Princess Eugenie and her fiancé move nextdoor to Meghan and Prince Harry

We wonder if they'll swap wedding planning tips!
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There’s A LOT happening in the royal family at the moment – a new prince has joined the fold, another royal baby is expected in the coming months (we’re looking at you, Zara Tindall), Duchess Catherine’s sister Pippa Middleton is also said to be expecting, there are two royal weddings headed our way and just to add just a little bit more chaos into the mix… a house move has taken place.

According to People magazine, Princess Eugenie and her husband-to-be, Jack Brooksbank, have moved in next door to another soon-to-be-wed couple: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Princess Eugenie and her husband-to-be, Jack Brooksbank, have moved in next door to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children also live just a stone’s throw away.

Eugenie, the Duke and Duchess of York’s youngest daughter, recently opened up about the magical moment her partner got down on bended knee during a holiday in Nicaragua in Central America.

In the couple’s first-ever joint TV interview conducted at Buckingham Palace, Princess Eugenie and Jack told The One Show‘s Matt Baker it was an “incredible moment.”

Jack and Princess Eugenie were introduced by a mutual friend and it was love at first sight. Learn more about Princess Eugenie’s fiancé in the video, below.

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“The lake was so beautiful, it was a special light and I even said ‘this is an incredible moment’ and then he popped the question, which was really surprising even though we had been together seven years. It was the perfect moment because we knew it was going to end up this way. I was over the moon, crying,” Eugenie, who looked resplendent in a recycled floral Erdem dress, explained.

The pair will soon follow in Harry and Meghan’s footsteps, tying the knot at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle this coming October.

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