Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have now migrated to Los Angeles after their brief stay in their house in Vancouver Island, Canada. The couple, as of now, is in social isolation due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and is staying at Tyler Perry’s house. The couple plans to buy their own house in the popular city of California, and multiple reports claimed that they had already allocated the budget for their brand new home.
The couple decided to step back as the senior members of the British Royal Family at the beginning of the year. The duo confirmed Megxit (the event dubbed by the Internet and news media, a play on Brexit) on 8 January 2020 through Instagram. The decision led to Sandringham Summit—a royal family meeting that saw the first-person statement by the Queen on the royal family—on 13 January. The meeting turned out to be hard Megxit as the duo were prohibited from using their Royal Highness styles, and won’t be the working members of a prestigious family.
The Duchess and Duke of Sussex will possibly spend around $12 to $18 million for their new home in Los Angeles. Some reputable sources reported that the couple has a high interest in $15 million seven-bedroom Bel-Air mansions. The property on the west side of Los Angeles includes a 200 bottle wine cellar, a billiard table, and a 10-seat movie theater. The other properties include five-bedroom Hollywood Hills home worth $17.9 million, mid-century home $12.8 million, and six-bedroom house with a waterfall worth $16.8 million.
Well, all of these properties perfectly match the royalty that the couple probably has wished for. The couple also confirmed that they will still own their Frogmore Cottage in England and will spend their life sometime later. The couple recently (on 6 May) celebrated the first year anniversary of their first child (seventh-in-line to the royal throne), Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.