Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Are Now Living In Tyler Perry's Mansion
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are currently staying in an $18 million mansion owned by Tyler Perry, Page Six reported. The Duchess of Sussex and Duke brought their 1-year-old child, Archie, to a home owned by the movie mogul in the Beverly Ridge estates.
The Daily Mail was the first to report that it was actually Oprah Winfrey who introduced Meghan and Harry to the Madea alum. Page Six reported that the 12-bathroom estate sits on 22 acres of land with a gorgeous view of the cityscape.
Allegedly, Oprah Winfrey has played a significant role in Meghan and Harry's transition into the United States ever since they left the royal family at the beginning of the year.
In March, the couple moved into a house in Los Angeles following their departure from a Canadian estate amid the northern government's choice to close up the borders to the United States.
This comes not long after Josh Altman, a real estate broker who regularly deals with celebrities and other entertainers, stated that Beverly Ridge Estates was the perfect place for Meghan and Prince Harry to live. Following their arrival in Los Angeles, Meghan and Harry have been spotted by paparazzi several times.
On one occasion, they were spotted delivering food to the vulnerable and on another, they were seen walking their dogs. Apparently, the formerly royal couple are in the middle of purchasing their own house in the area for a price of around $10 to $20 million.
Altman said to Page Six that Meghan and Harry, however, could easily "low ball" their way into a house. The Million Dollar Listing broker claimed this is a fantastic time for Meghan and Harry to purchase a home on account of the coronavirus.
Moreover, he claimed that a price tag between $10 and $20 million would grant them a beautiful house in the perfect location, including Mulholland Estates, Beverly Park, and Brentwood Country Estates. He went on to add that the Palisades is a nice community but it doesn't have guards at the front entrance.