It is reported that Princess Eugenia moved to Portugal with her husband Jack Brooksbank after he got a new job with a friend of George Clooney, a multimillionaire.

According to the Daily Telegraph, the couple, who have a one-year-old son Augustus, distributes time between the exclusive CostaTerra Golf Club and the Ocean Club south of Lisbon, as well as in London.

The 36-year-old Brooksbank is said to have gotten a new job with businessman Mike Meldram, 54, a businessman who is a longtime friend of 61-year-old actor George Clooney.

A source said: “Jack is now working for Mike Meldrama and they share the time between Portugal and London.

“It’s a very exciting time for them.”

Brooksbank will sell, market and promote the 300-house private resort of Maldrum, which is currently under development.

Eugenia, 32, and August, 32, lived in the Frogmore Cottage on Windsor Estate, still home to Prince Harry and Megan Markle in the UK, and the princess worked at the Hauser Wirth Art Gallery on a hybrid basis.

Harry, 37, and Megan, 40, have extended their cottage leases, despite living in a $ 11 million mansion in California.

Brooksbank previously worked for the Casamigos tequila brand, which was jointly owned by Meldrama, Clooney and their friend Randy Gerber.

Harry and Megan were expected to end their lease on Frogmore’s cottage after they left the UK for America, but they reportedly pledged to make a new 12-month deal.

Royal insiders say the move could mean Sussex plans to spend more time in Windsor.

One source told The Sun: “It’s pretty much a signal that they’re not going to disappear. They could easily have given up Frogmore since their lives are now in California.

“Having agreed to extend the lease, and when Jack and Eugenia focused on Portugal, they are firmly present in the middle of the Windsor court, where it all happens. Now they can come and go at any time.

“The coming year may be one of the most tumultuous in the history of the kingdom, and the Sussex is making sure that they establish themselves in Windsor.”

A spokesman for Buckingham Palace confirmed: “Frogmore Cottage remains home to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.”

It is said that the Queen plans to meet for the first time the daughter of the couple Lillibet this weekend during the celebration of the platinum anniversary of the monarch, during which the couple will also bring their three-year-old son Archie to Britain.

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