Stateside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been ruthlessly mocked with a tongue-in-cheek listing for Frogmore Cottage.
The quaint Windsor bolt hole, gifted to them by The Queen after the couple's 2018 wedding, is now occupied by Harry's cousin Eugenie, who moved in with her husband Jack Brooksbank and son in August last year.
The listing, posted on Facebook Marketplace, said the last tenants 'fled' the property, a pointed reference to Harry and Meghan abandoning their royal duties and moving to their new Californian home.
The property remains the official UK residence of Harry and Meghan, the couple have said.
Either way, the prankster showed no mercy, branding Meghan a 'c-list actress' and Harry a 'hen pecked ginger'.
The ad for a "beautifully historic listed building" reads: "Unfortunately, the last tenants didn't think it was grand enough for them and just upped and fled.
"We would prefer to rent to people who don't want publicity, so no C-list 'actresses' and no hen-pecked gingers please.
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"The neighbours are a fabulous family and are fairly well-known."
Although it is understood that Eugenie and her young family are living at Frogmore, the official royal website states that it is still Harry and Meghan's UK home.
It makes reference to 'Megxit' and says that the couple are splitting their time between the US and UK.
It reads: "As announced in January 2020, The Duke and Duchess have stepped back as senior members of the Royal Family," the site says.
"They are balancing their time between the United Kingdom and North America, continuing to honour their duty to The Queen, the Commonwealth, and their patronages.
"Frogmore Cottage in the UK remains their family home."
Coronavirus has made travel across the Atlantic difficult. Harry has returned home twice, though, once for his grandfather's funeral, and a second time to unveil a statue of his mother, Princess Diana.
It was reported that he stayed at Frogmore with his cousin Eugenie both times.
Meghan is yet to make it back but reports suggest that she will be on UK soil for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations next year.
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