Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are looking to sell their plush Montecito mansion and move to Los Angeles, according to a report.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are eyeing up a move closer to Hollywood where all of their A-list pals reside, TMZ reports.
While the pair haven’t toured any properties in LA as of yet, sources told the outlet that the exiled royals are taking interest in certain neighborhoods as the search for a new Tinseltown abode continues.
The Sussexes have lived in their nine-bedroom, $14.65 million mansion in Montecito since 2020 after quitting royal life earlier that year.
The plush estate boasts rose gardens, a tennis court, a tea house, and a two-bedroom guest house. It’s reportedly the first home that either of them had ever owned.
The exterior features additionally include a chicken coop, a pool, and a pool house, and even two palm trees joined together at the bottom.
It’s believed that the home has an elevator, a chef’s kitchen with a butler’s pantry, a billiards room with a wet bar, a gym, a wine cellar, and a spa with a massage room.
The pair’s rumored move would make sense, considering that Markle has been eyeing a return to Hollywood comeback in recent months.
The “Suits” alum also signed with a new talent agency, William Morris Endeavor, in April to help build her global enterprise.
Her team on a day-to-day basis will be Serena Williams’ agent Jill Smoller and Brad Slater, a behemoth in the movie business who also reps Dwayne Johnson.
WME represents the top talent across the industry including writers, filmmakers, actors, producers, stylists, fashion designers and their agents.
The company also handles brand licensing, speaking engagements, media production and events, including New York Fashion Week.
And earlier this month, the mom of two teased her Hollywood comeback, though this time as a producer.
Markle subtly hinted at the content fans can expect from her and Harry’s production company, Archewell Productions, in the future.
“[I want to make] things that make people feel — I was going say ‘good,’ but it’s more than that, things that make people feel something, right? And feel a sense of community,” she explained.
“But we have so many exciting things on the slate. I can’t wait until we can announce them, but I’m just really proud of what we’re creating. My husband is loving it, too. It’s really fun.”