All About Frogmore House, the Location For Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Engagement Photos

published Dec 27, 2017
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Last week, Prince Harry and soon-to-be duchess Meghan Markle released their astonishing engagement photos for the world to see and we’ve been itching for the 411 ever since. The royal couple wore complementing ensembles as they gazed into each other’s eyes and posed at the historic Frogmore House.

Frogmore House, an installment of the Royal Collection, was purchased for Queen Charlotte in 1792 as a stay-cation property for her and her unmarried daughters.

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The property, which sits a half a mile south of Windsor Castle, underwent a massive renovation in the ’80s, revealing gorgeous hand-painted murals throughout the staircases, painted galleries, updates to the interior, and reviving generations of character hidden beneath years of reconfiguration.

The impeccable gardens were introduced in the 1790s by Queen Charlotte who transformed the once defunct field into a beautiful garden featuring winding lakes, wooded mounds, bridges, glades and specimen trees.

Frogmore House is open to the public for three days in the Spring wherein all proceeds are donated to charity, and available for groups of 15 or more in August. For more information about Frogmore House and how to arrange a visit to take your own photos that will steal the hearts of strangers everywhere, head over to their website.