Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have started renting a converted cowshed near the Oxfordshire town of Chipping Norton which the royal couple will use for weekend retreats away from the limelight.
The isolated house is on the vast Great Tew Estate and is owned by one of David Cameron’s wealthy landowning friends.
It is is only a stone’s throw away from the trendy private members’ retreat, Soho Farmhouse.
Only 15 years ago, the property was used to house cattle but has since been transformed into a stunning country residence.
Inside the property has a split-level kitchen and sitting area.
It also has a master bedroom on the barn’s top floor which comes with an en-suite bathroom and dressing room.
The Cotswold barn also has an amazing view of the valley below.
Because of its well-to-do visitors, the 4,000-acre Oxfordshire estate lies north-east of Chipping Norton and is at the heart of an area known as ‘Poshfordshire’.
The Duke and Duchess’ getaway has not been identified for privacy reasons.
It was once a Roman farm so has an impressive history.
William I gave the property to his half-brother Odo, bishop of Bayeux, following the 11th century Norman conquests.
It is now owned by multi-millionaire Nicholas Johnston, who has been carrying out the luxury refurbishments of derelict farmhouses on his land.
According to the estate’s website, it has “spring lambs playing in rolling grassland” and “oak woods with a carpet of bluebells”.
The royal couple are now back in the UK after their honeymoon.
Earlier this week, the Duke of Sussex attended a fundraising dinner for charity OnSide Youth Zones.
The organisation thanked the prince on their Twitter account.
It wrote: “A truly memorable night in the presence of Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, who tonight showed his support for OnSide Youth Zones and the life-changing impact they can have on the lives of young people. We are so grateful.”