Lindsay Lohan has issued a warning to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle following reports the couple are looking to buy a home in Los Angeles following the end of their royal duties.
Former IT girl and long-term LA resident Lindsay says the couple have made a huge mistake if they were hoping to escape the paparazzi with the move.
Lindsay, 33, expressed her shock after it was reported the couple have relocated from their tranquil beachfront property on Vancouver island to the renowned celeb hotspot.
The Mean Girls star said Harry and Meghan have picked the wrong city if they planned to ‘escape the glare and the paparazzi.’
“I mean unless they own another, a different private beach, right?” Lindsay giggled during an interview on Andy Cohen’s SiriusXM show.
Cohen asked for Lindsay’s inside take after sources said Harry and Meghan were house hunting in Malibu where there is “a ton of paparazzi.”
“You can’t go to those beaches without being—you can’t even surf out far enough. It’s just really hard to do anything publicly [there],” mused Lindsay.
“The timing right now luckily is everyone is more at home. But, once that’s over…just…get drivers,” she suggested.
Lindsay isn’t the only famous faces to have expressed their surprise at Harry and Meghan’s relocation.
Sharon Osbourne also warned it could be a ‘nightmare’ situation.
Speaking on CBS show The Talk, Sharon said: “They actually moved to California…I don’t know why, it’s just so alien to me to think of the prince living here.
“If they were fed up with the press in the UK, they are really going to be fed up with the press living in LA.
“I just think it’s so foreign. I’m kind of disappointed, in a way, that Harry would end up here in LA.”
Sharon, who is married to Ozzy Osbourne, said she thinks the couple would be better off living in one of the state’s quieter areas.
“I hope they are going to move somewhere like Santa Barbara or something like that so that they can have somewhat of a normal existence.
“But if they are going to live in LA, right in the centre, it’s going to be a nightmare for them with the press and the paparazzi.
“They would have no life at all,” she suggested.