Princess Eugenie and hubby exit Harry and Meghan’s digs

House sharing doesn’t seem to be Princess Eugenie’s cup of tea — even if the home does belong to cousins Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

The pregnant royal — she’s the younger daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson — and husband Jack Brooksbank quietly moved out of Frogmore Cottage after just six weeks and are settling back into their old digs at Kensington Palace, the Daily Mirror reported.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment, and a spokesperson for the Sussexes dashed the reports that Eugenie and Jack had moved out.

Frogmore College was a loaner from Harry and Meghan, who dropped more than $3 million in public money to overhaul the five-bedroom home — from updating the wiring and heating to remodeling the bathrooms to putting in a yoga room. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex repaid their taxpayer tab in early September.

Eugenie, 30, and Jack, 34, packed their bags for Frogmore in early November after they made a private deal with Harry and Meghan, who received the cottage as a wedding gift from the Queen. Despite stepping away from the royal family and moving to California, the Sussexes still list the estate as their official UK residence.

Frogmore, in Windsor, seemed like the perfect place to welcome a baby, the Sun reported. Eugenie and Jack, who married two years ago at St. George’s Chapel, are expecting their little bundle before the end of spring. Harry and Meghan have a young son, 18-month-old Archie.

“Frogmore was kitted out to Meghan and Harry’s tastes with son Archie in mind, so it is the perfect place for a couple to bring up a baby,” an insider told the Sun.   

At the cottage, Eugenie and Jack were closer to her parents and grandparents. Andrew and Fergie spend their time at Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park, 4 miles away, and the Queen and Prince Philip are at Windsor Castle, less than a mile down the road.