It's clear the Queen is fond of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, and she has shown them just how much by giving them a very generous gift to decorate their new family home, Frogmore Cottage.
The monarch is reportedly giving the expectant parents a piece of art from the Royal Art Collection, the largest collection of privately owned art in the world, with more than one million pieces.
She has invited Harry and Meghan to choose several pieces from her incredible collection to feature in their new Windsor home.
"Meghan and Harry have been told they can choose some art work for Frogmore Cottage," a palace insider told Vanity Fair.
"They have been presented with a list of paintings that would be available to them and they are making up their minds as to what they would like to hang in their new home."
Some of the incredible artists in the collection include Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Andy Warhol and Anish Kapoo.
This housewarming gift stays true to royal tradition. The Queen also gave Prince William and Duchess Catherine a piece from her collection when they were married.
Harry and Meghan are said to very appreciative of art. When they were first dating, Harry reportedly spent a large sum of money on a painting for Meghan, Everybody Needs Somebody to Love by British artist Van Donna.
This isn't the first time The Queen has given Meghan a gift from her personal collection. During Meghan's first official royal engagement, she went sans-husband with The Queen in June last year and wore a pair of pearl earrings gifted from her grandmother-in-law.
Details have started to emerge about the renovations being done at Frogmore Cottage.
The couple are opting for a gender-free, modern nursery for their little prince or princess.
"According to sources who are helping with [their new home] renovations, the nursery itself is going to be very modern. Don't expect to see any baby pink or baby blue," Nicholl revealed during an interview on Entertainment Tonight.
"Apparently, it's going to be a monochrome palette — whites and greys, I'm told, will be the colour theme for baby Sussex's nursery," the royal correspondent added.
It's believed the gender-neutral palette is yet another indication that the couple haven't found out the sex of their baby and are instead waiting for a surprise on the day.
The Sun reports environmentally-conscious Meghan, who likes to follow a vegan diet during the week, wants to make sure no animals are harmed in the process so she is using odourless, non-toxic, vegan paint for her baby's room.
"Meghan has been looking long and hard at paints for the Sussex nursery," an insider tells the outlet.
"Rather than opt for fashionable Farrow and Ball paint in favoured shades such as Wevet, Peignoir and Pavilion Grey and Salmon, the Sussexes are much more in favour of The Organic & Natural Paint Co's Auro range for the nursery."
The eco paint is packed with immune-boosting properties including eucalyptus and rosemary oils.
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