THE Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first child will be a genuine Windsorian it has been revealed this week.

Harry and Meghan chose Windsor as the town they wished to be married in. Now they will be moving into a cottage in the grounds of Windsor Castle in time for the birth of their first child next year.

They will move to Frogmore Cottage early in 2019.

The couple were married at Windsor Castle in May and held their reception for around 200 guests at Frogmore House, a 17th century royal residence on the same estate.

They announced last month that they were expecting their first child, which is due in spring 2019.

A Kensington Palace spokesperson said Windsor was a 'very special place' for the couple.

The couple have been living at Nottingham Cottage on the at Kensington Palace estate near Harry's brother William, the Duke of Cambridge and his family since 2017.

The move means they will be 20 miles away from William, Kate and their three children - George, Charlotte and Louis.