If you’re wondering about Prince Harry and Prince William, they’re just fine! There have been several reports of the royal couples parting ways under suspicions that tensions have been high between two royal brothers. But according to the Sunday Mirror, Harry and his pregnant wife, Meghan Markle, aren’t leaving Kensington Palace for any other reason than Meghan’s mom, Doria Ragland, for whom the couple reportedly wants a private wing in their new space at Frogmore Cottage.

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This news comes on the heels of a possible falling out between the brothers, but according to royal sources, that couldn’t be further from the truth. According to the Sunday Mirror, the switch in residency is truly all down to needing more space. Their beautiful new home, which they hope to move into ahead of their first baby’s arrival in April, is a gift to the couple from the Queen, 92, and it has already played a huge part in their relationship. Frogmore Cottage was the setting for the couple’s engagement photos and it even was the setting for their wedding reception last May.

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The couple reportedly plans to swap the two bedroom cottage they have at Kensington Palace for the incredible ten bedroom spot near Windsor Castle. The space is reportedly much larger than where they are now, so they will be able to add a special wing for Doria, 62, who reportedly plans on being “a hands-on gran” when she visits from Los Angeles. According to a royal source that spoke with the Sunday Mirror, this was the smartest move for the couple. “With a baby on the way, there wasn’t the option of the Duke and Duchess staying at the palace as Nottingham Cottage is tiny and none of the bigger apartments [are] available. Doria will be staying with them for quite long periods and they need a larger place,” the source revealed. Simple as that.

We don’t know about you, but we can’t wait to see Doria’s digs in the couple’s new home, because there really isn’t anyone more royal than mom.