- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle abdicated their royal duties and moved out of Frogmore Cottage on the queen's Windsor estate
- However, their new R300-million mansion seems to be a huge step up in luxury
- The home is owned by Hollywood icon Tyler Perry and is based in Beverly Hills, United States
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took the bold move to relinquish their royal duties earlier this year.
The move attracted a huge backlash, as critics felt that the prestige and wealth offered by the roles come with the necessary responsibility.
Nevertheless, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex haven't looked back on their decision and moved out of their old home of Frogmore Cottage on the queen's Windsor estate.
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While some may have assumed the move would have necessitated a more frugal lifestyle, their new home has made a mockery of those predictions.
Prince Harry and Meghan's new digs boasts eight bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the Beverley Hills mansion offers panoramic views over Los Angeles and sits on 22 acres of land.
The above Instagram post highlights the sparkling pool and its stunning backdrop. Talk show queen Oprah Winfrey visited the residence at the time.
The magnificent home is valued at approximately R300-million and is owned by Hollywood icon Tyler Perry.
The below Instagram post features the room Perry used as the nursery for his child.
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The home's lavishly decorated study can also be seen in the above photo. It seems no expense was spared on the furnishings.
Tjhe mansion also boasts a Roman-style sunken whirlpool bath, lounge with high ceilings and a chef's kitchen.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za ealier reported that Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex celebrated their second wedding anniversary recently.
The Royal family was notably quiet this year and did not publicly acknowledge the occasion.
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