14 million mansion ‘doesn’t offer enough space’ |
Meghan and Harry are looking for a new gold cage
If you’re no longer welcome at Buckingham Palace, you need your own palace.
That they occasionally lose touch with reality Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41) proved to the whole world several times over the past two years.
And that’s also really good again: Harry and Meghan want to move. The Royal emigrants currently live in Montecito, California. In a 14 million estate also known as the “Chateau of Riven Rock”. Apparently that’s no longer enough. “It doesn’t offer them enough space,” reports ” Daily Mail“.
Yes, you heard right. Five acres of land, nine bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, pool, tennis court, playground, library, cinema, rose gardens. So big that some would get lost.
The Sussexes bought the property in the suburb of Montecito (about five miles from Santa Barbara) in June 2020 after stepping down as working royals. It was previously owned by Russian oligarch and billionaire Sergey Grishin (56). At home in the prominent neighborhood: the talk show legends Oprah Winfrey (68) and Ellen DeGeneres (64).
Apparently THAT isn’t enough anymore.
According to the Daily Mail, the royal emigrants have their eye on a home in the exclusive Hope Ranch gated community, just eight miles from Montecito.
“It’s rumored around town that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have either already bought a very private estate at Hope Ranch or are looking into it after realizing their Montecito mansion doesn’t offer them enough space,” she writes ” Santa Barbara News-Press“.
Harry and Meghan’s move plans come at a time when Montecito police have been pushing to install new security cameras to combat rising crime in the celebrity neighborhood.
So now Hope Ranch? The affluent community includes a country club and a golf club. Also tennis courts, picnic areas and horse trails. Properties in the posh area cost up to 22 million dollars.
And hopefully have a few more rooms to solve Harry and Meghan’s space problem.