National Theatre accidentally reveals Meghan Markle's first royal patronage

First pictures of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's country bolt-hole

First pictures of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's country bolt-hole

According to the United Kingdom paper, the royal couple's rented home is located on the Great Tew Estate near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, and is comprised of three primary structures: the main farmhouse, a separate two-bedroom cottage for staff and guests, and a converted barn that boasts not one but two kitchens, one on each of its two floors.

An attached converted barn includes an "upper kitchen" and "lower kitchen" plus a sitting area with floor-to-ceiling windows.

The couple will likely remain there as they wait for their permanent Windsor home Frogmore Cottage to be completed - after turning down a 21-bedroom home at the palace amid rumoured tension with Prince William and Kate.

The royal pair supposedly signed a two-year lease for the property early last year ahead of their May wedding, and are said to "keep it for the time being" as they plan a major move regarding their full-time residence, The Sun reports.

"Meghan adores the area".

There is a large dining room plus an outdoor seating area with patio heaters.

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A source told the Sun about the Cotswold property: 'It's a fabulous place with stunning views and extraordinarily private.

Meghan is said to love the Cotswolds and their rented home because of the privacy it gives her and Harry.

The country bolthole also comes with a separate two-bedroom cottage within the grounds for staff or guests. It's set in a small bowl of handsome countryside so is not overlooked in any way.

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When the announcement is officially made, Meghan will take over from Queen Elizabeth - who is the current royal patron of The Royal National Theatre.

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