Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have offered themselves a beautiful residence in Montecito, California. For this little paradise on earth with multiple rooms, swimming pool, movie theater and other enticing activities, the Sussexes had to pay $ 14 million. A small sum that would have put them in debt …
After getting rid of their royal obligations, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made a passage through Canada and then to the United States. They are now well settled in their cozy nest in Montecito, a small town located just 2 hours from Los Angeles, California.
The couple decided to settle in the impressive residence of Riven Rock which includes 9 bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, a library, an office, a spa, a sauna, a gym, a games room, a room. cinema, a wine cellar, a tea room, a swimming pool, a guest house, rose gardens on several levels, century-old olive trees, a garage for five cars, and a henhouse.
A $ 9 million loan: Harry and Meghan would repay $ 310,000 each month
To afford their “little” gem, Harry and Meghan had to pay the modest sum of $ 14 million. And according to Paris Match, they would have made a good deal: the rich owner initially asked for more than 24 million euros.
But in recent weeks, a move has been considered by the parents of Archie and Lilibet, according to several media. To pay for Riven Rock, Harry did not do things by halves: he used Diana’s legacy, reveals Paris Match. But that’s not all since the couple also had to make a loan of $ 9 million in the name of Meghan Markle. Thus, she would reimburse $ 310,000 each month for this loan … An amount that makes you dizzy!
According to the people magazine Here, the monthly lifestyle of Prince Harry and Meghan would be estimated at 350,000 dollars. Despite their debts, Lilibet and Archie’s parents are reportedly planning to sell their house to acquire an even more luxurious one at the end of their street: Montecito Castle. Thanks to the generous contract signed by Harry for his autobiography granting him an advance of 20 million dollars, these amazing sums should soon be behind them …