Inside Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's homes – from Frogmore Cottage's nursery for Archie and Lilibet to LA mansion | The Sun

PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have lived in several luxury homes both as working Royals and after they quit Britain.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex began their marital journey together in Frogmore Cottage and now live in a £12million Californian mansion.

Yesterday the privacy-loving couple gave several insights into their lives with several family videos shot at the different homes for their £88million Netflix documentary.

They also revealed rare pictures and film of their two children Archie and Lilibet.

Prince Harry and Meghan moved into Frogmore Cottage in Windsor when they first married.

It was intended to be where they would stay long-term as they embarked on Royal life together.


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They even ordered a £2.4million renovation of it at taxpayers' expense just months before announcing they would be leaving for the US.

Some shots in their docuseries of their home life at Frogmore show off its kitchen, with a marble-topped island in the middle, herringbone wooden flooring and rustic brick feature walls.

One black and white shop shows Meghan sitting on the island and kissing her husband after one of their final engagements as working members of the Royal Family.

And other clips showed Prince Harry enjoying a tree swing in the garden.

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They briefly stayed in an £11million mansion in Vancouver Island, Canada, when they quit the Royal Family.

And they now live in a £12million mansion in Montecito in California, US.

The couple bought it for £11.93 million ($14.6 million) in June 2020, but we revealed in May that it had more than doubled in value in only 23 months.

The 18,671 sq ft home in oceanside Montecito boasts nine bedrooms and 19 bathrooms.

Sitting on 7.4 acres with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, their home in the exclusive celebrity enclave boasts a private cinema, gym, spa and wine cellar.

It has a pub games room, swimming pool and separate guesthouse where Meghan’s mother Doria stays when she visits from her home in Los Angeles, 90 miles to the south of Montecito.

Meghan has previously said how the interior of her home makes her feel free and is "calm and healing".

Several shots in the docuseries show off the interior of the mansion. Viewers also got glimpses inside in clips including in the nursery when Meghan is cradling her son Archie.

The curtains here are puddled to the floor and there is no toddler clutter around.

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Some rooms also show a relaxed atmosphere, with low lighting, indoor plants and a cosy sheepskin rug on the sofa.

They also showed themselves to be keen nature lovers with how they have set up their outside space, including with a bird feeder on the terrace, experts said.

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