Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly got their eyes on a £10million mansion which might also act as a home for the Duchess’ mum Doria.
The royal couple are said to be considering buying the six-bedroom property, which sits close to the Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles.
The home can be checked out via a 360-degree virtual tour and boasts a spacious white kitchen, large pool area and a cinema room.
Fast and Furious film producer Steve Chasman is selling the property, having counted Tom Hanks and Ben Afflek as neighbours.
According to one source, Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, want their new home to have enough room for 63-year-old Doria.
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“Once quarantine and lockdown are over, Harry and Meghan will be moving into their new pad — and they want Doria to be included in these plans,” the told The Sun.
“She is hugely independent though, and doesn’t want to be in their space.
“She will have her own granny annexe.”
Because California is in lockdown, the couple will not be able to move into the property anytime soon.
If and when they do however, they will be treated to sea views, a pergola and one-acre garden.
While they wait for the lockdown to be lifted when they can find somewhere permanent, Harry, Meghan and baby Archie have been staying in LA, close to Elton John’s.
During the lockdown the couple have been getting involved in local charity work – dropping off food packages to those in need.
They were spotted last week wearing face masks and gloves as they dropped off packages on behalf of LA-based charity Project Angel Food.
One recipient of a food package was 53-year-old Daniel Tyrell who shared his surprise at receiving a visit from the former royals.
“My phone rang and a lady said, ‘Hi this is Meghan from Project Angel Food’,” Daniel explained to the Mirror.
“I said, ‘Oh, do you want to meet me downstairs?’
“I didn’t really it was THE Meghan at this point.”
Daniel said he recognised Harry first, spotting his famous red hair, and went on to reveal the kind words the couple exchange with him.
“They both said here’s the food and thank you, hope you’re well and that you’re fine,” he said.
“They handed the food over and I said thank you, too. I didn’t let on about it, I didn’t want to make them uncomfortable or anything.”
Mirror Online has approached representatives of Meghan and Harry for comment.