ZARA Phillips and husband Mike Tindall have begun moving out of their £1.2 million Cheltenham home.
Removal men were seen there yesterday carrying out furniture.
The Queen's granddaughter is moving back to Gatcombe Park estate, which is owned by her mother, Princess Anne.
Her neighbours in the Park area have said they will be sad to see them leave.
It is understood the Cheltenham home has been purchased by Shaun Wills, finance director of clothing company Superdry.
Zara and Mike bought the property before their July 2011 wedding and at one stage Mike's rugby-playing pal Ollie Phillips became their lodger.
However, Zara has always kept the home she previously lived in on her mother's estate.