Meghan Markle and Prince Harry 'want to sell £11m mansion after just 18 months as they "aren't over the moon about it"'

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry already want to sell their US home as they are not "over the moon" over the £11m lavish mansion, it is claimed.

The couple have been living in the sprawling, nine-bedroom Montecito home for around 18 months.


But a source claims Meghan and Harry are now showing interest in other houses and are open to private offers.

The insider told the Mirror: "They are thinking of selling their house there.

"However, it won’t be on the market because of who they are. It’s only being shown to people who are confirmed with funds and are serious buyers.”

The source said the couple wish to remain in Montecito, where celeb pals Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres live, to raise Archie, two, and six-month-old Lilibet.

Meghan and Harry bought the home in June 2020 from Russian businessman Sergey Grishin after they quit the Royal Family.

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It boasts a huge playground, gym, swimming pool and tennis courts nestiled within 7.5 acres of land.

There is also a wine cellar, 16 bathrooms, sauna, a tea house and a library.

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The couple have offered glimpses inside the home in their various TV appearances since Megxit.

In documentary series The Me You Can't See, Prince Harry was seen in a neutral seating area overlooking a stunning patio area.

And in September 2020, Meghan made a surprise virtual appearance on America's Got Talent and showed off her new living room.

Prints gifted by Oprah could be seen on the back wall as well as a stack of "woke" books – including Women: The National Geographic Collection, Marc Hom’s Profiles and Annie Leibovitz's A Photographer’s Life.

The couple have also adopted a laidback lifestyle and were seen attending to their rescue chickens in their explosive Oprah interview.

The Sun Online has contacted Meghan and Harry's representatives for comment.




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