Harry and Meghan are staying in Tyler Perry's R334.5 million mega-mansion

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (Photo: Getty Images)
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (Photo: Getty Images)

We finally have details on Harry and Meghan's new LA home!

According to Business Insider, the couple and one-year-old Archie is staying at Tyler Perry's $18 million (R334.5 million) mansion in Beverly Hills, which looks more like a Tuscan-style villa.

The couple, who possibly met the actor and producer through close friend, Oprah Winfrey, is still on the hunt for a more permanent place of their own, but are staying in the Beverly Ridge Estates – which only has 14 other lavish homes within the secured community – for the time being.

The Beverly Ridge Estates was once home to Paris Hilton. Johnny Carson's widow Alexis Maas, producer Eric Weider and developer Robert Rivani are currently all owners within the exclusive community.

Variety reports that Harry and Meghan's new temporary home, which is perched atop of a hill, but hidden in the mountains just above Beverly Hills – making it perfect for the high-profiled royal couple – is more of a mega-mansion, spanning almost 25 000 square feet complete with eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and a pool area.

The community is heavily guarded, but the producer's property also has its own security gate, cameras and state-of-the-art alarm system, while Tyler's own private security team patrols the fortress.

Harry and Meghan have kept a relatively low profile since their move to Los Angeles, but they have been doing work within the city.

The couple recently volunteered to deliver meals for Project Angel Food – a non-profit organisation that provides medically tailored meals to people with critical illnesses – on Easter Sunday.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were reportedly dressed casually. One meal recipient said: "They were both nice and very down-to-earth people. They had masks on, and they were dressed down with jeans, but very nice jeans." 

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