Very few details exist on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's third residence, but reporter Emily Andrews has shared a new photograph of the country hideaway.
The picture was released by the Sun, who claim the snap was taken at the back of the residence in 2011 and was "published on a freely-accessible and public document."
However, many readers are unhappy with the images circulation.
Voicing their displeasure to Twitter, royal fans called the photo an "invasion of the couple's privacy."
Harry and Meghan's Cotswolds home is private and not paid for by UK taxpayers, and therefore cannot be photographed and distributed without the home owners consent.
Andrews, the reporter behind the image, attests the picture was taken from a real estate website, which is how images of celebrity homes usually make the rounds on news outlets.
According to the publication, the royals have been renting the farmhouse since early last year on a two-year lease, moving into the home shortly after their wedding.
The couple are currently awaiting renovations to finish on their home, Frogmore Cottage.
According to the Sun’s report, the couple plan on moving to Windsor before the arrival of their first child in either “late March or early April."