King Charles is booting Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from Frogmore Cottage – their only remaining UK residence.

The couple is in the process of moving their belongings to the United States, where they currently live.

The eviction, first reported by The Sun, comes at a time of increasingly strained relations between the couple and the royal family.

King Charles’ decision comes after Prince Harry reportedly insulted his relatives with personal details of their lives in his memoir Spare.

Among the allegations include claims by Harry that his brother, William, knocked him to the ground during a fight over Meghan, and that Camilla leaked stories to the press.

The Sun reported Buckingham Palace issued an eviction notice following the publication of the book. 

It is unclear if the couple will attend King Charles’ coronation in May. 

Taking Harry and Meghan’s place at Frogmore will be the disgraced Prince Andrew, who was offered the place instead of the Royal Lodge mansion where he currently resides. 

The couple had a short-lived stint in Canada from Nov. 18, 2019 to Jan. 19, 2020 after deciding to lead more “progessive” lives. 

Canadians taxpayers had to foot a $56,484 security bill for Harry and Meghan during their residence in the form of RCMP protection. 

Following their move to Canada, former public safety minister Bill Blair announced at the time that the Canadian government would stop paying for the couple’s protection. 

Polls from the time showed that Canadians were overwhelmingly against footing said bills.