Royal fans were given a sneak peak into baby Archie's new digs yesterday during a special charity event at Frogmore House.
The grounds were opened as part of the National Garden Scheme, which allowed more than 400 guests to wander through the beautiful gardens where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle now live.
Although visitors managed to get within 20 feet of Frogmore Cottage , the royal couple were nowhere to be seen.
Despite all the surrounding beauty though, several guests picked up on the number of planes flying overhead, with many wondering how the newborn manages to sleep with the constant noise.
One royal fan said it was shocking how close the planes were getting to the cottage.
Writing on Twitter , she said: "Couple of windows open and two shiny cars out front so someone's there… Mad how close you can get.
"Although how they're getting Archie to sleep under this flight path is beyond me. Absolute racket."
An average of 14 flights pass within a mile of the house every thirty minutes due to Heathrow Airport being closeby.
As a result, Harry and Meghan are said to have spent a staggering £50,000 on a soundproofing unit for their new home, so the noise from the planes are blocked out.
Yet despite the noise and lack of royal sighting, visitors heaped praise on the "stunning" gardens.
Juanisa McCoy said: "Went to Windsor for a charity event that was at Frogmore House and Gardens. Windsor is so beautiful and cute. I can see why the Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry moved here."
Liz Jones, 70, from Slough, Berkshire said: "I went into Frogmore 20 odd years ago, I didn't remember it very well, but it is just top notch.
"There are a lot of beautiful, low trees and shrubs nearly everywhere – and flowers. An unusual one I spotted was Camassia.
"The National Garden Scheme is something really important and I think the royals are very much great lovers of the land."
Frogmore House and Gardens is usually only open three days a year, on special Charity Open Days where all proceeds are donated to specially selected charities.
The gardens are currently open from May 28 to May 30.
All proceeds from today's open day will be given to the British Heart Foundation and Thursday's will go to the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society.
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