Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s house where they filmed docuseries up for sale
The mansion is up for sale with a £26.7million price tag
A mansion where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle filmed their Netflix docuseries is up for sale with a £26.7million price tag, according to reports.
The 13,599 sq ft Mediterranean-style property in Montecito is set on stunning grounds with palm trees and citrus orchards. The house – built in 2006 – has a regal feel about it including chandeliers and arched windows.
The six-bedroom mansion is full of luxuries, including a bar, swimming pool, and hot tub as well as a gym, games room, library, and a movie theater.
The home, which has been listed by Top Ten Real Estate Deals, was the backdrop for many of the interviews from the six-part documentary “Harry & Meghan”.
Interviews featured in the home included those with the Duke’s childhood friend ‘Nicky’, British historian, writer, broadcaster, presenter, and BAFTA-winning film-maker David Olusoga. and Meghan’s friend Lucy Fraser.
The Duchess of Sussex’s former agent Nick Collins was also interviewed against the backdrop as well as her pal Vicky Tsai. Other star-studded features included Meghan’s Suits co-star Abigail Spencer and podcast host Dhru Purohit. Kate Middleton delights fans with a big announcement about her concert
Prince William’s wife Kate Middleton showed off her grace at the annual royal show
Kate Middleton has mesmerized royal fans as she invited them to tune into her ‘very special’ festive concert for “Royal Carols: Together At Christmas.”
It was filmed on December 15 at Westminster Abbey, where the Princess was joined by her husband Prince William, and their children Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven.
‘Join us this Christmas Eve for a very special service at Westminster Abbey full of festive carols and beautiful performances as we celebrate what makes this the most wonderful time of year,’ says Kate in the trailer.
In the video, Kate dazzled in a red sequin-embroidered gown, leaving her famous locks loose to elevate her look. Taking her place in front of the camera in a short clip, Kate shared how the concert is ‘full of festive carols and beautiful performances’.
The royal family’s real gem to show off her grace in the annual show, airing on Christmas Eve on ITV.
The Prince and Princess of Wales also shared the delightful news on their official Twitter account as they wrote: “#TogetherAtChristmas is all about shining a light on people doing selfless and often life-changing things in their communities.
Kate Middleton added: “It was a pleasure to welcome so many to Westminster Abbey last week, and we wanted to tell you a few of their stories in this thread…”
King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, as well as Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice added light to the event with their presence.