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Prince Harry stayed at Frogmore Cottage while visiting the United Kingdom — despite King Charles III kicking him and Meghan Markle out of the royal property.

The Duke of Sussex, who was in town for court appearances last week amid his phone hacking lawsuit claim against the Daily Mail, lived at the five-bedroom home during his stay, according to The Telegraph.

Page Six has reached out to the couple’s reps for comment.

One month prior to the 38-year-old’s trip, Page Six reported that he and Markle, 41, had been evicted.

A source told us that the process began in January, one day before Harry’s bombshell “Spare” memoir hit shelves.

Notably, the California-based couple were not offered another royal property as their former home was gifted to disgraced royal Prince Andrew.

Reps for the Archewell co-founders confirmed later that same month that the pair had been “requested to vacate” Frogmore Cottage.

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The couple moved to the cottage in 2019 — and their departure the following year was documented in Netflix’s “Harry & Meghan” docuseries in December 2022.

“They were sad that we were leaving,” the “Suits” alum said of the British public’s reaction to their 2020 exit. “We were sad that we were leaving. Of course it was emotional.”

The duo had stepped back from their duties as senior royal family members at the time, and they officially resigned from their roles in February 2021.

Harry and the “Deal or No Deal” alum lived briefly in Canada and Los Angeles before settling in Montecito, Calif., where they live with son Archie, 3, and daughter Lilibet, 1.

The family of four took their first trip back to England together in June 2022 for Queen Elizabeth II‘s Platinum Jubilee, three months ahead of her death.

While Markle and the former military pilot have been invited to Charles’ coronation in May, they have yet to reveal their plans.

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