PUBLISHED: 05:41, Tue, Dec 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 05:41, Tue, Dec 1, 2020
The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex were reportedly “delighted” to share their UK base with Prince Harry’s cousin, who is now expecting a baby with her husband, Jack Brooksbank. But the couple, who moved to the United States at the beginning of the year, remain the legal owners of the royal cottage.
However, although could ask Eugenie to pay rent for staying at the Windsor home, they could take care of all of the property’s costs with their earnings from a multi-millionaire deal they have signed with streaming platform Netflix.
The major contract could see the couple earn up to $250million (£190million).
However, the contact means the Sussexes must comply with the company’s policies and remain neutral about the Crown, the show inspired by the Royal Family that sparked backlash recently over its fictional events.
The new episodes portray Prince Charles and Diana’s relationship, including some controversial scenes regarding their crises as a couple.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could pay Eugenie's rent with Netflix deal (Image: Getty)
Royal commentator Russell Myers spoke to talkRADIO about the huge sum the Sussexes will likely get for their services to the platform.
Mr Myers said: "It's funny how once you're in bed with them to the tune of £100million, I think it's astronomical the sum, then they can't really go shooting their mouth off to their paymasters.
"They have actually remained silent on this."
He added: "I can't imagine the rest of the Royal Family are too pleased about it.
Princess Eugenie recently relocated to Harry and Meghan’s UK residence, Frogmore Cottage (Image: Getty)