Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Markle made headlines once again, this time about a house that they didn’t buy.
The pair made their long-anticipated move from Canada to the United States just days ago, and reportedly took up residence in southern California. While looking for a residence suitable for royalty (or at least those used to royal accommodations) the couple and their blooming family looked at a home previously inhabited by what some call American royalty: Kylie Jenner and crew.
According to a report in Bossip “the couple wants lots of privacy and plenty of room for Archie to play.”
One Instagram account dedicated to watching the couple’s movements posted two days ago about the move:
“Confirmed! Our most trusted royal reported @scobiesnaps has confirmed that Meghan, Harry and little Archie have moved to Los Angeles in the last couple of days before the U.S and Canadian borders closed.
“It makes sense that the family have decided to move to L.A. Meghan grew up there and now they will be closer to Meghan’s mum Doria who also lives there. ?”
Bossip reported that “the house boasts 8-bedrooms, 10-bathrooms, a gorgeous outdoor pool and patio area, tons of well manicured green space, a tennis court, wine cellar, dance studio and a plush indoor cinema and cocktail area.”
While the couple didn’t take up residence in the former Jenner home, they did put down roots elsewhere in the community, and are already anticipating the premier of the duchess first work hitting the small screen in the form of voiceover work for a documentary on elephants
According to Hello Magazine, Markle recorded her part of the show in the fall of 2019 after she was approached by filmmakers, Mark and Vanessa Berlowitz sometime in the summer. The film will be available on Disney + on April 3rd.
“Meghan had been aware of the film for some time and had seen some of the footage taken over a few years, so the team thought she would be a good fit for the narration given her passion for the subject,” the publication reported.
According to the film’s trailer, it “follows one family’s extraordinary 1,000-mile journey across Africa on an adventure that will change their lives.” Markle donated her earnings from the project to a wildlife charity, Elephants Without Borders.
However, that isn’t the only charitable project the duke and duchess have been in the process of growing the pair reportedly poached a staffer from the Bill and Melinda Gates’ Foundation to run their charity, according to Page Six.
“Hours after we confirmed they had fled their Canadian bolthole for a new full-time home in Los Angeles, it was revealed they have hired Catherine St-Laurent as chief of staff and executive director of their nonprofit enterprise,” Page Six reported.