Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly spent $400 an hour for a luxury house by the beachfront where they recorded a podcast show for Teenager Therapy.
Reports cited that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex didn't have the teenagers over at their house in Montecito. Instead, they recorded the episode for Mental Health Week at a nearby pad with a distinctive fireplace, where Prince Harry and Meghan also agreed to have their pictures taken.
Royal fans initially thought that the Sussexes were giving another glimpse of their house when the people behind the podcast show shared the photos on social media. But, as it turned out, the recording took place in a property overlooking Miramar Beach.
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According to Daily Mail, the pad is advertised on Giggster with a rate of $400 an hour for under three hours. The latest ad showed that the house has been used for an interview with Prince Harry and Meghan.
In that interview, Meghan revealed that she was told she was the most trolled person in the world in 2019 on social media. She opened up about the damaging effects of the false reports about her life. The duchess said that she wants to contribute to making the world better with Prince William by establishing a healthier community.
Meanwhile, sources close to Prince Harry and Meghan said that the couple plans to stay in Los Angeles "for the long haul." This suggested that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have no immediate schedules to return to the U.K. despite reports that Harry is expected back to his grandmother soon.
The insider said that the Sussex pair considers their mansion as the "forever home" where they will set their roots and raise Archie. Harry and Meghan are relishing in the opportunity to witness their son's growth milestones since they've been mostly stuck at home due to the pandemic.
In a video talk with activist and Nobel Prize awardee Malala Yousafzai, Harry said that since there are fewer chances to go out, they were able to experience all of Archie's firsts. They would have missed these milestones had been working away from home. Meghan also said that they've been fortunate to watch their son grow before their eyes.
In the next few months, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are going to launch their new foundation, Archewell. A big part of this organization will be about humane tech or using the digital landscape responsibly.