Meghan Markle has turned to her very famous friend Victoria Beckham for interior design advice for Frogmore Cottage.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have finally settled into the Windsor house, which had a £3million ($NZD5.8 million) makeover before the couple made the permanent move.
The Sun reports that business and fashion tycoon Victoria Beckham, a guest at the Royal wedding last May, has been offering Markle tips on stylish home decor.
The heavily pregnant Duchess is believed to have imported cherished posters from her Toronto home to hang on the walls and is dotting framed portaits of family and friends around the 10-bedroom house.
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Meanwhile reports that Soho House designer Vicky Charles was decorating the property were shut down by a source who told the Mirror that Markle is taking full charge, with a little advice from her friends.
The source said: "Harry and Meghan want to make Frogmore as homely as possible and Meghan has brought over a lot of posters she used to have at her apartment in Toronto when she was filming Suits.
"She had a lot of memories in that home and wants to bring some of them to her new pad.
"She has also been talking to Victoria Beckham a lot about their design ideas.
"People thought Vicky Charles had been hired to transform but actually that's not the case, it was the wrong Victoria."
Markle, expected to give birth at the end of this month - is also understood to have placed framed photos of family and friends around the home.
The cottage has 10 bedrooms and was built in the 17th century for £450 ($NZD870). Until now, it had been divided into five separate units to house members of the royal household.