The Sun

The biggest royal scoop of the year was secured when Matt discovered not only had the Duke of York been offered the keys to Harry and Meghan's Frogmore Cottage, but that the Sussexes had been issued with an eviction notice.

This scoop - dubbed 'Frogxit' - was followed up in the UK and around the world, and seen as an end to Harry and Meghan's time in Britain, three years after 'Megxit'.

The Sun’s front page confirming the previous day’s exclusive story revealing Harry and Meghan were being evicted by King Charles was true with a statement from the pair and further details.

The previous day The Sun had broke Frogxit, revealing King Charles was evicting Harry and Meghan in place of Prince Andrew, days after Harry’s autobiography Spare was released.

The front page confirming the news features a tongue in cheek mocked up eviction notice from King Charles, giving the reasons for the eviction notice alongside the headline which which confirms the news that Harry and Meghan had until after the Coronation to pack their bags at Frogmore Cottage after Charles gave a stay of execution.

Overnight a spokesman for the US-based pair confirmed our exclusive that they have been told to vacate their Windsor home.

We also revealed the “stunned” couple were first notified 24 hours after Harry’s book Spare was published, and given just weeks to pack up. The spokesperson said: "We can confirm the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been requested to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage." The front page is typically Sun style - clear with immediate impact, cheeky and tongue in cheek and ultimately, big global news making headlines across the globe.