Prince Louis just got a few new built-in babysitters! Princess Eugenie and her fiancé, Jack Brooksbank, reportedly moved into Ivy Cottage on the Kensington Palace grounds, near Prince William and Kate Middleton's own royal residence, Apartment 1A, in April, according to People. Princess Eugenie's new home is even closer to that of another of her cousins: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's own two-bedroom Nottingham Cottage is right next door.
That said, Eugenie and her husband-to-be may not be seeing too much of her cousins after Harry and Meghan get married on May 19. Earlier this week, royal financial experts speculated that Queen Elizabeth II will be giving the newlyweds a country home as a wedding gift; she bestowed Anmer Hall, on her sprawling Sandringham House country estate in Norfolk, upon Will and Kate after their 2011 wedding, and is expected to gift Harry and Meghan the nearby York Cottage, giving them an escape from the hustle and bustle of London.
Eugenie, 28, who is currently ninth in line to the British throne, got engaged to Brooksbank in early January, while the longtime couple were visiting Nicaragua. Per a statement from the royal family, the duo will tie the knot later this fall at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle—the same place where Harry and Meghan will say "I do" in just a few weeks. Eugenie's wedding reportedly had to be pushed back a month or so due to her cousin's post-wedding travel plans: Though she and Brooksbank were planning on getting married in September, royal sources said earlier this year that the wedding will instead take place in October, once Harry and Meghan's schedule is more free.