Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Expected To Move To Los Angeles

The Duchess of Sussex is back in Los Angeles, her hometown. Reports confirm that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have now settled into a lavish home in the City of Angels. The Duchess was born and brought up in this city, and Doria Ragland, her mother, also belongs from here.

Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Expected To Move To Los Angeles

After they split from the Royal family, Harry and Meghan, along with their son Archie Harrison, started living in a secluded house on the Vancouver Islands. The couple went back to the U.K. only a few weeks ago for carrying out the final official responsibilities. The latest stop of the couple certainly indicates that they, along with their adorable ten-month-old munchkin, are ready to finally make a fresh start.

Sources mentioned that the couple has started searching for homes online, and are even interviewing a number of security teams. At this point, it is all about getting all the ducks in a row and making sure that everything is logistically possible. It was further added that Meghan wants a place where she can organize her meetings, and also host their dear friends to entertain. These are the things that are really important to the Duchess.

With the former actress officially becoming a resident of the City of Angels once more, it comes as no surprise that she is already looking for gigs in the entertainment industry. In fact, she has already booked a gig. The former star of the hit drama Suits will be one of the narrators of the documentary Elephant, by Disney nature, which is slated to hit Disney+ next month.

Reports suggest that Meghan wants her earnings from the voiceover to go for the donations to ‘Elephants without Borders.’ Disney confirmed it is ready to support the NGO that works for conserving wildlife in Botswana.

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