Meghan and Harry Reportedly Drop $66,000 to Soundproof Frogmore Cottage

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly doing anything necessary to help baby Archie sleep through the night — including soundproofing Frogmore Cottage.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly dropped $66,000 to keep things quiet at their home. With about 14 planes passing within a mile of Frogmore every half-hour, it's no wonder the royal couple are taking such measures.

Supermodel Carol Alt can relate to the plight of the new parents. She lives in a first-floor condo in New York City and told Inside Edition there's "a lot of traffic, a lot of honking horns, traffic."

So just like Meghan and Harry, Alt soundproofed her home. She hired CitiQuiet, which creates custom windows that the company claims can eliminate 95% of noise.

Inside Edition put Alt's new windows to the test, honking a loud horn out on the street.

"That's pretty good," Alt said, adding that soundproofing her home is "the best thing I ever did."


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