The Duke and Duchess of Sussex Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the headlines after announcing their decision to step down as working members of the Royal family. Now, they have moved to Canada, having distanced themselves from the royal duties. The couple revealed that they planned on becoming financially independent and since then, several opportunities for them have popped up. However, it looks like Madonna is pretty bummed with their decision to move to Canada, and she insisted that instead of moving there, they should give the US a chance since it’s boring in Canada.
Madonna took to her Instagram and shared a video clip of herself in which she offers to sublet her Central Park apartment. She captioned the post as, “Do Megan and Prince Harry want to sublet my apartment on Central Park West?? .................. #madamextheatre #thelondonpalladium.” In the video she can be seen saying, “Harry, don’t run off to Canada -- it’s so boring there. I’ll let them sublet my apartment in Central Park West. It’s two-bedroom, it’s got the best view of Manhattan, incredible balcony. It’s going to be a winner. That’s going to be the deal-breaker." Further trying hard to convince Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Madonna says, “No, Buckingham Palace has got nothing on CPW.” Take a look at the video here: ALSO READ: Meghan Markle-Prince Harry To Be Managed By The Same Company That Works For Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez?
In other news, Celebrity endorsement company Sheeraz, Inc.- which has high-profile clients like Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Zendaya, and Kim Kardashian- in their Instagram post claimed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are its clients. The Buckingham Palace clarified it and spoke to the British tabloid The Sun, denying hiring the firm and said that the claims are ‘categorically untrue.
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