From Serena Williams to Cameron Diaz: Meet Prince Harry and Meghan’s A-list celeb neighbours

Prince Harry and Meghan. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
Prince Harry and Meghan. (PHOTO: Getty Images)

It looks like the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are living it up with the stars in Los Angeles.

Following their decision to step down as senior royals, Harry and Meghan along with their one-year-old son Archie have started their new, private life in LA, where they’re staying in Tyler Perry's $18 million (about R333 million) mega-mansion.

Although the couple have kept mum about their move to LA, newly released aerial snaps show that they have some prominent Hollywood stars as neighbours.

The Beverly Hills mansion, which is located in a gated estate, isn’t too far from Hollywood thespians, including the likes of Eddie Murphy, Samuel L Jackson, Cameron Diaz, Denzel Washington and Sylvester Stallone.

Apart from those celebs, the couple also live near Katy Perry, Adele and Elton John.

The duo is also reportedly residing in a neighbouring estate not too far from two of Meghan’s close celebrity friends, tennis star Serena Williams and former on-screen co-star Abigail Spencer, the Telegraph reports.

Since moving to LA, the couple have been spotted delivering meals for Project Angel Fund to their neighbours in the area.

(Sources: DailyMailTelegraph, Channel24)

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