According to the Daily Mail, the Queen has reportedly paid the current tenant, James Everett, owner of timber company Norfolk Oak, to vacate the estate. His lease was set to expire in 2017, but hey, family is family.
The news comes just months after learning that the Royal Couple have been planning major renovations for the Georgian property. Those plans supposedly include the addition of a garden room and pergola, along with a new driveway, a newly converted sitting room and a road for public visitors coming to and from St. Mary's Church.
This will be the family's second home as they also have their Kensington Palace apartment, which will serve as their primary residence.
Head over to the Daily Mail for more information.
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