The new home is Frogmore Cottage, which is 20 miles away from Kensington Palace and is situated on the Frogmore Estate in Berkshire.
Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, are now expecting their first child together, and have said that rather than receiving gifts, they'd prefer their fans to use their money to support four charities - The Lunchbox Fund, Little Village HQ, Well Child, and Baby2Baby.
"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are immensely grateful for the outpouring of love and support in anticipation of the birth of their first child".
Now, the royal couple has reportedly completed the move from their interim lodgings at Nottingham Cottage and are living on the Windsor estate.
The household will be set up in the spring, most likely after the birth of the couple's first child.
Meghan and Harry had planned to move into the house in March but were delayed due to the renovations. And Meghan will be 37 when she has her first baby, which means the youngest she can have another baby is 38.More news: India planning to attack Pakistan again: FM
Harry and Meghan, who Wednesday last May, started renovations on the home in October. The couple have lived at Nottingham Cottage since their engagement previous year.
The royal family has to disclose what gifts they are given with meaningful gifts being able to stay in their home, while others will be stored or given to charity.
During an interview, she who is also a mother was asked to give advice to new mums.
"My friend is pregnant and she's like, 'Oh, my kid's gonna do this, ' and I just looked at her and I was like, 'No, she's not.' I'm like, 'No, you're not'".
"It will be private and idyllic and that was the thing that appealed to them the most about moving to Windsor", Scobie said. (Prince Harry and Prince William also divided their households.) While their apartment, which had two bedrooms, was plenty large enough for a baby, it wouldn't be large enough for two babies.