Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Making Over Their Garden at Frogmore Cottage for Baby Archie

Renovations on renovations.

Earlier this year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's plans for their new home, Frogmore Cottage, were revealed—including things like a brand new "floating floor", which is apparently perfect for yoga, and a green energy center. The royal couple customized their living and dining rooms, and got everything they needed ready for the much anticipated arrival of their new baby, Archie Harrison.

Even though their son is here, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex aren't done renovating their new digs just yet—this time, it's all about the exterior. According to a report by PEOPLE, The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead published "heavily redacted" plans for a brand new garden space at their cottage.

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Exterior of Frogmore Cottage.
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Aside from re-landscaping the entire outside garden, they're planning on redecorating the outside doors, windows, walls, and adding in some nice garden lighting as well. As for the flowers Meghan will be planting, we're betting that Princess Diana's favorite (blue forget-me-nots) and yellow Chrysanthemums (the flower named to honor baby Archie!) will be filling the renovated gardens at Frogmore Cottage.

It's a good thing the royal couple is renovating the entire exterior now that Archie has arrived—according to PEOPLE, royal biographer Ingrid Seward described the property of Frogmore Cottage as “pretty dilapidated”.

Here's to the royal couple as they take on their new journey as a family—hopefully we'll be getting some sneak peeks soon of their new garden-to-be.

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