Meghan vs Kate: The royal rift continuesInside Meghan Markle's former Toronto home.Source:SuppliedMeghan Markle and Prince Harry will soon be moving house from Kensington Palace to a 10-bedroom home in the grounds of Windsor Castle.But this won't be the first move for the Duchess of Sussex in the past two years, as she left behind a very stylish pad in Toronto just before she and Prince Harry got engaged, reports The Sun.The home is located on the outskirts of Toronto. Photo: MEGASource:MegaMeghan Markle's former Canadian home was put up for sale last December and was eventually snapped up for $CA1.6 million ($AU1.65 million).The two-storey townhouse was a place Meghan called home when she was starring in Suits as paralegal Rachel Zane.The interior is fitted out with minimalist pale tones. Picture: Freeman Real Estate LtdSource:SuppliedIt features plenty of art. Picture: Freeman Real Estate LtdSource:SuppliedAnd Prince Harry even stayed there when he visited his then-girlfriend in secret.On the property listing, we can see that the gorgeous pad has now been stripped of Meghan's beautiful decor so, sadly, the Union Jack cushions adorning the sofa are unlikely to be hers.But she did give us some sneaky inside pictures on her then-Instagram of how it looked before it was redecorated.Meghan previously shared this photo of her dogs inside her home. Picture: InstagramSource:InstagramShe also shared photos showing her decorating style. Picture: InstagramSource:InstagramIt was said to be decked out "like a California bungalow" and sold in less than a week of being on the market.The three-bedroom, two bathroom Toronto home had a very feminine feel, with lots of flowers, gilded mirrors, a pink striped rug in the hallway and chic white furniture.The former actress, who rented the house in the city's west end for at least two years, is clearly a fan of reading, as the home was full of books kept all over the house.Her beloved dog Guy perched on her bed in this photo from her now-deleted Instagram. Picture: InstagramSource:InstagramThe guest room even had colour-co-ordinated books on the shelves, adding a splash of life to the white-painted room.Her minimalistic bedroom featured crisp white bed linen and a large mirror that she was known to take selfies in.Her bed was styled in soft whites. Picture: InstagramSource:InstagramThe home also includes an eat-in kitchen, a picturesque, landscaped garden, a basement and a two-car garage.In true Hollywood fashion, the Suits starlet also had a lavish walk-in wardrobe where she devoted an entire wall to her enviable collection of high heels.Even Carrie Bradshaw would have been impressed. Picture: InstagramSource:InstagramMaintaining the minimal colour scheme, Meghan's wardrobe featured bright white walls and marble floors for a luxurious feel.Like a woman after our own hearts, Meghan covered every surface with fresh flowers (pink peonies were a particular favourite) as well having plenty of luxury candles on display for an understated touch.The former actress loved placing fresh flowers around her home. Picture: InstagramSource:InstagramMeghan's dogs soaked up the sunshine on her back deck. Picture: InstagramSource:InstagramCurrently Meghan Markle and Prince Harry live in the cosy Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace - but this is set to change.The expecting parents will move into Frogmore Cottage in 2019, before their baby is born.Frogmore Cottage sits in the grounds of Frogmore House in Windsor which played host to the private evening reception on their wedding day.Frogmore Cottage, the soon-to-be home of the Duke and Duchess of SussexSource:SuppliedIt is understood that they want to bring up a family away from the "goldfish bowl" of London and start a life more privately.The cottage is currently being renovated and when it's finished will be a luxurious ten-bedroom home boasting a yoga studio and new nursery.However, there has been speculation of a rift between The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (Harry and Meghan) and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Kate and William).Some are putting the move down to their differences, suggesting the two Duchesses don't get along.This story originally appeared in The Sun and was republished here with permission.