Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, have refunded British taxpayers 2.4 million pounds ($4.2 million Cdn), the cost of renovating their U.K. home, in line with a commitment they made after announcing in January they would step back from royal duties.
The refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage, a house within the grounds of Windsor Castle, west of London, had been criticized by some British media as too expensive.
The repayment comes as Harry and Meghan, an American former actress, seek to forge new careers for themselves and attain greater financial independence. They announced last week they had signed a contract with Netflix to produce content for the streaming platform.
Officially known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the couple have moved to California but will keep Frogmore Cottage as...Read More