Just Released: Queen Elizabeth's Over the Top Wedding Gift for the Royal Newlyweds

June 04, 2018Jun 04, 2018

The love story between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has captivated the world. Recently, millions of people across the world watched as the couple became man and wife on May 19.

Since their elaborate wedding, fans of the Royal Family have wanted to know their every move as husband and wife. The happy couple is reportedly honeymooning at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta, Canada.

While on their honeymoon, news has just been released of what Queen Elizabeth has given to the newlyweds. Her gift isn't the traditional serving dishes or fine china, but a home for the royal couple to reside in.

The house is known as the York Cottage and is on a piece of land that has been in the Royal Family since 1862. Queen Elizabeth inherited the land back in 1952 from her father, King George VI.

According to Fox News, "York Cottage is a royal property located at Sandringham Estate, a 20,000-acre estate in Norfolk, about 110 miles northeast of Kensington Palace."

What do you think about their wedding gift from the Queen? Let us know your thoughts on this! In other recent news, Melania Trump has broken her silence to shut down rumors about her recent public absence.