Queen Elizabeth, allegedly, wants Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank out of Frogmore Cottage because Prince Harry is coming back home to the United Kingdom.

A source told the tabloid Globe that the Her Majesty has ordered her granddaughter and her family out so Harry could still have his own place in the United Kingdom. This way, it would be easier to foil the schemes of his wife, Meghan Markle. The insider alleged that Harry will need Frogmore Cottage when he decides to cut his ties with the former American actress.

Her Majesty was apparently disappointed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex "gave" their house to the Brooksbank pair in late 2020. The Queen was said to have told Eugenie that she shouldn't get involved with Harry and Meghan, drawing outrage from the Duchess of Sussex. The source added that Meghan could never outwit Queen Elizabeth.

But Gossip Cop debunked the report, citing the story had a flawed narrative. Queen Elizabeth gifted Frogmore Cottage to Harry and Meghan during their wedding in 2018. It wasn't a house the Sussex pair could "give" to Eugenie and Jack so that Meghan could cut out Harry from his family.

Meghan and Harry paid back the full cost to refurbish Frogmore Cottage in 2020. They also released an official statement to say this mansion will always be their family home in the U.K. with the permission of the Queen. However, due to the pandemic, Harry and Meghan haven't lived in Frogmore since they have been staying in California since March 2020.

Meanwhile, with her cousins gone, Eugenie and her husband arranged with the Sussexes to stay in Frogmore Cottage because it is close to the Royal Lodge, the home of Eugenie's parents, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson. With the lockdown restrictions in the U.K., the Brooksbank pair made the practical decision to stay within the same COVID-19 bubble as the Duke and Duchess of York so that the grandparents could visit their new grandson.

The Brooksbank family welcomed their new baby on Feb. 9 but they have yet to reveal their son's name. Fans have been eagerly waiting for more news of Eugenie's baby, whose birth was announced by his mother on her personal Instagram account. But a royal commentator said that Eugenie and Jack should release a "proper" baby picture.

Eugenie's baby is currently the 11th in line to the throne and will slide down to 12th when Harry and Meghan's second baby arrives.