DOGGERS are meeting up for public sex sessions on one of the lanes leading up to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s country retreat.
The busy trunk road that passes near their secluded Cotswolds home has become a magnet for sex-mad folk seeking al fresco romps.
And the lay-by at the top of their lane has become a favourite spot for people who want to pull in and hook-up.
The news comes after it was revealed the couple plan to move out of the secluded £2.5m Cotswolds love nest.
It’s reported the newlyweds have struggled to afford the upkeep on the Grade II-listed country retreat.
Other sources claim they are moving for security reasons.
When contacted by the Sun Online, Kensington Palace would not comment on news the sex sessions may have been involved in the decision.
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The road near the royal retreat has attracted several mentions on sites dedicated to outdoor sex with one revealing: “Lots of lay-bys on the road.
“Popular with couples, gay men and voyeurs. Watch for police.”
And the warning is no empty threat with doggers risking getting their collar felt by Royal protection officers if they stray onto Harry and Meghan’s land.
The couple have a two-year lease on a £2.5 million converted barn in rural Oxfordshire.
It comes with four acres of land and the lovebirds have a cosy country pub on their doorstep.
The hideaway was leased to them by David Cameron’s property tycoon pal Nicholas Johnston.
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The 18th century farmhouse has four bedrooms with one converted into a dressing room.
They have used the retreat to host a number of A-list pals including George and Amal Clooney, Serena Williams and husband Alexis Ohanian plus Priyanka Chopra and her hubby Nick Jonas.
Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland has also visited the bolthole, set in four acres of rolling hills.