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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have traded their royal digs for a lavish Beverly Hills estate owned by movie mogul Tyler Perry.
Perry’s $18 million compound features eight bedrooms and 12 bathrooms and is situated inside an exclusive gated community.
The 25,000 home boasts sweeping views of the hills and sits on 22 acres of prime Los Angeles real estate.
The couple are living there temporarily while continuing to look for a permanent residence, the outlet noted.
The “A Madea Family Funeral” director, writer and star originally bought the property in 2004 and spent millions in renovations.
Since moving to Los Angeles last month, Meghan and Harry have kept a relatively low profile.
In a rare outing, the pair were spotted delivering free meals to local residents in need amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Meghan and Harry worked with Project Angel Food, a nonprofit that prepares and provides healthy meals to chronically ill people with critical illnesses, including HIV/AIDs, cancer, kidney failure, diabetes, and congestive heart disease.
In April, they also announced the name of their new foundation would be called “Archewell.”
The charity replaced their Sussex Royal brand as they are no longer permitted to use the word “royal,” per Queen Elizabeth’s orders.