It seems the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are having no trouble adjusting to their new life in Los Angeles, having stepped away from the limelight as senior royals earlier this year. And, as the couple look for a permanent place to call home, Harry and Meghan are reportedly staying at US producer Tyler Perry’s swanky AU$27 million (US$18M) home in Beverly Hills.
While the royal couple are keeping a relatively low-profile, fans can still take a peek inside their lavish Hollywood home, thanks to Perry’s own personal Instagram account. The producer previously shared pictures of his eight-bedroom, 12-bathroom villa, which sits on 22 acres in an exclusive guard-gated community.
Perry previously shared a stunning snap from the back deck of the home, which overlooks the city skyline. Although the photo was taken on a cloudy day, the view still looks amazing. Another image features one of the home’s many kitchens, which includes a marble island, double oven and stove top and blackboard. Meghan, who’s always been passionate about food, will no doubt be a big fan of this room.
In another picture previously posted on Instagram by the 50-year-old producer, a large toasty fireplace can be seen alongside a big comfy lounge. Another image features a gorgeous grey and white nursery originally designed for Perry’s now-five-year-old son, Aman — the perfect fit for baby Archie!
A snap of the fireplace and inside the baby’s nursery. Source: Tyler Perry/Instagram.
It comes one month after the Sussexes’ exit from the senior ranks of the British royal family was finalised, with the couple ceasing to be recognised as senior members of the firm from April 1, meaning they will no longer use their HRH titles or be called upon to carry out duties on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen.
The couple has wasted no time getting back to work. Earlier this month Harry launched his first major project since stepping back as a senior royal. Harry, who served in the British Army for 10 years, has launched an online platform, called HeadFIT for Life — which was three years in the making — that offers an array of tools to help military personnel with their mental health.
“HeadFIT has been almost three years in the making, and I am extremely grateful for everyone who has been on this journey with us,” the prince said at the time. “Everyone who has worked on it, to create what we have today, should be incredibly proud and excited for the impact it will have.