Much has been said about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moving out of Montecito, where they settled permanently after resigning from their duties for the British monarchy.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex live together with their children Archie and Lilibet in a stunning property in the Californian city, but now several media outlets are speculating about the possibility of the couple’s move.
According to reports, the couple is exploring properties in Malibu to be closer to Los Angeles.
What are the reasons for Meghan and Harry’s move
According to several media, including the Express, the future move of the couple would be headed by Meghan Markle.
And everything points to the fact that the Duchess of Sussex intends to return to Hollywood, who according to sources, is planning her return to the world of entertainment, so her move to Malibu is because she wants to be closer to the heart of the industry.
Christopher Andersen, author of The King, revealed to Fox News Digital last May that Meghan’s aspirations are to have a talk show like Oprah Winfrey.
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The author added that Meghan is well suited for that role and that it would not be surprising to see her have a career similar to that of the famous host.
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Other options for Meghan, according to Andersen would be to launch a magazine, produce, direct among other things.
However, another theory about the sale of Meghan and Harry’s house in Montecito, is that they are going through financial problems, so they would seek to have a more “modest” property that involves less maintenance costs.
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The spectacular mansion that Meghan and Harry bought has more than 7 hectares of land. It has a swimming pool, children’s play area, nine bedrooms and 16 bathrooms.
The property, whose value is estimated at 15 million dollars was acquired by the couple through a mortgage, as revealed by Prince Harry in his memoir Spare.