Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle officially stepped down as senior working royals and now it looks like they could be relocating to the star-studded California neighborhood. It was just a week ago that it was reported Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left Canada and moved to the US before there was any sort of travel restriction put into place. Now, it is being reported that the couple seems to have viewed a luxurious mansion in Malibu worth a WHOPPING 20 million dollars! It's in the same neighborhood that seemed to have interested Princess Diana.
Daily Mail reports that the mansion has a pool and a tennis court, and it is close to a Tuscan-style villa that Diana’s lover, Dodi Fayed had bought before his death. It also states that former royal butler Paul Burrell had earlier mentioned that Princess Diana wanted to move into the Malibu home, before she died. The star-studded neighborhood has A-list celebs such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Cindy Crawford, Courteney Cox, and others residing there, and the secluded place is just right for celebs looking for privacy. The report further states that it was last month that sources claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were planning on renting this mansion and it houses eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms.
The mansion is called Petra Manor, and it reportedly costs 15,950 Dollars a night. It also has a Jacuzzi, swimming pool, cabana, manicured lawns and much more. Check out the pictures here:
Meanwhile, Daily Mail also reports that they contacted Stay Awhile Villas owner Stuart Heller but got no confirmation whether Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did choose the manor. “Stay Awhile Villas is often contacted by high profile families seeking to test neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles before making any move permanent,” he said.
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