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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Rule Out Netflix Reality Show Spotlighting Their Philanthropy Work – Deadline

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have knocked down a report in British tabloid The Sun claiming that they are preparing to take part in a reality show as part of their blockbuster deal with Netflix.

The Sun reported that the couple will participate in a “tasteful” fly-on-the-wall program spotlighting their philanthropy work, but in a statement sent to Deadline, their representative said: “The Duke and Duchess are not taking part in any reality shows.”

Harry and Meghan signed a multi-year deal with Netflix earlier this month for scripted series, docuseries, documentaries, features and children’s programming. There are already several projects in development, including an innovative nature docu-series and an animated series that celebrates inspiring women.

They met with a number of traditional media companies and streamers about a mega deal, which some sources say could potentially be worth as much as $150 million. The focus of the duo, who relocated to California earlier this year, is to highlight diverse voices in front of and behind the camera.

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‘I wish Prince Harry luck’: Trump slams Meghan Markle amid US election comment controversy – Sky News Australia

‘I wish Prince Harry luck’: Trump slams Meghan Markle amid US election comment controversy – YouTube

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Harry Styles To Co-Star With Florence Pugh And Chris Pine In Olivia Wilde’s ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ For New Line – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: After launching his acting career in Dunkirk, Harry Styles looks to have found his follow-up. He is has landed one of the lead roles in the New Line thriller Don’t Worry Darling, the next directing outing for Olivia Wilde. Styles replaces Shia LaBeouf, who had to depart the project due to a scheduling conflict.

Styles would join Florence Pugh and Chris Pine who signed on earlier this year. Wilde has a key supporting role onscreen.

Although little is known about the movie’s plot, Don’t Worry, Darling is set in an isolated, utopian community in the 1950s California desert. Katie Silberman wrote the screenplay based on a spec script by Shane and Carey Van Dyke.

The high profile project is gaining momentum as it carefully eyes a fall production start.

New Line Cinemas is backing the film and considers it a high priority, having landed rights after a heated bidding war due to the critical acclaim of Wilde’s directorial debut Booksmart.

Catherine Hardwicke is executive producing the film alongside Shane and Carey Van Dyke. Wilde and Silberman will produce along with Roy Lee and Miri Yoon of Vertigo Entertainment. Richard Brener, Daria Cercek and Celia Khong will oversee the project for New Line.

While Styles’ attachment to anything draws appeal to the project, insiders say Warner Bros execs have always been looking for that next thing after being blown away by his acting chops in Dunkirk. Sources add after impressing Wilde and Pugh during an initial meeting, the feeling was mutual to get Styles to sign on to the project.

He is repped by CAA and Full Stop Management.

As one of the most in-demand filmmakers, Wilde is set to direct an upcoming Marvel project and will direct and executive produce the Searchlight feature Perfect. Her directorial debut Booksmart won the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature and was one of the best reviewed films of 2019.

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Harry Gregson-Williams on Scoring ‘Mulan’ And Why He Temporarily Banned the Disney Original In His Home – Billboard

Harry Gregson-Williams attended the Hollywood premiere of Mulan on March 7 and, as the composer candidly says, “it all went to crap from there.”

Within days, as the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the globe, the live-action version of the Disney 1998 animated blockbuster was pulled from its original March 27 theatrical release date.

Now, nearly six months later, Mulan premieres on Disney Plus subscription streaming service today (Sept. 4) for an additional one-time payment of $29.99.

Based on a Chinese legend, Mulan tells the story of a teenage girl who surreptitiously takes the place of her injured father in the Chinese army. Mulan, armed with skills and a strong qi that make her a superior warrior to her fellow soldiers, pretends to be a man in order to continue to serve.

Unlike the animated feature, the re-make is not a musical, but Gregson-William’s score plays a vital role through the film, especially in the often mystical battle scenes.

Gregson-Williams, who has scored such diverse films as Shrek, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe; Gone Baby Gone, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Total Recall, previously worked with Mulan director Niki Caro on 2017’s The Zookeeper’s Wife.

Gregson-Williams talked to Billboard about capturing the spirit of a teenage Chinese girl in the score, the film’s delay, juggling fatherhood with scoring during the pandemic, co-writing the movie’s end-title song and why the original was temporarily forbidden in his home.

Billboard: The movie is incredibly vibrant from the scenes in Mulan’s colorful village to the expansive battle scenes. How do you feel about people first experiencing the film, and your score, on the small screen because of the pandemic?

Gregson-Williams: Hopefully they can enjoy it wherever they see it. It is a slightly extraordinary situation because we did mix the film for cinema. Obviously these things do come to TV, but we mixed it for the big screen, a blockbuster. The cinematography, the environments, are amazing that Niki shot. Certainly the cinematic experience is going to be a bit more beneficial, but I think everybody’s positive about looking forward to seeing it, whether it’s on a small scale or not…It doesn’t take away the pleasure it was to work on a film like that.

Had you and Niki developed a shorthand after working on The Zookeeper’s Wife?

No. We’d obviously grown used to each other and we’d started to form a working relationship, but the subject matter of The Zookeeper’s Wife and Mulan couldn’t be further apart. I don’t think she’d worked on a film like [Mulan] before, nor had I scored one, so we enjoyed the challenge and the deeper we got into Mulan, the more we developed a shorthand.

How long were you working on this?

It was quite a long voyage for both of us, but particularly for me as a composer. I’m normally brought on right at the end of the process, deep into post-production. That was certainly my experience on The Zookeeper’s Wife. But on Mulan I started writing music a couple of years before. Niki needed some pre-records and needed the music as she was shooting, particularly during one of the battle scenes that had some big ancient drums that the army would use. And then when she got back from shooting, it was a longer post-production period than most movies I’ve ever worked on. It was great. More time usually equals a better result.

You brought in authentic Chinese instrumentation, including string and wind instruments. How familiar were you with those or what kind of education process was this for you?

It was decided that we should try and be as authentic as possible.There’s no way I wasn’t going to use a big symphony orchestra and a big choir, but I was able to smatter across the top of that individual Chinese instruments, particularly an Erhu and Guzheng and many special Chinese woodwinds. We found incredible artists who contributed to the score. So it was fascinating for me to do my research to find out what these instruments could do, and then to find a way of integrating them into my score in a way that’s homogeneous. Typically, I do use electronics, but on this score, not very much. There was no need to do that.

You’ve said that if you were having trouble scoring a scene, you’d come back to Mulan’s virtues: loyal, brave and true. How did that help you?

These three virtues are really what drives Mulan through the story. “Mulan’s Theme,” when I first wrote it, I had to [make it] malleable [because she’s] quite vulnerable and unsure of herself at first. But I knew that by the time we got two-thirds of the way through that Mulan would be acting very heroically. This theme was going to have be very muscular. If I couldn’t make “Mulan’s Theme” very heroic, then it probably wasn’t the right one. I had to find ways to have something quite playful morph into something quite bold.

You co-wrote the end-title song, “Loyal, Brave, True” sung by Christina Aguilera, with Jamie Hartman, Rosi Golan and Billy Crabtree. How did that come about?

One day I was introduced to a bonafide songwriter, which I’m not at all, I’m a film composer. Jamie is a really nice guy, and a bit like me, an Englishman in L.A. He came to my studio. I was playing a cue that had “Mulan’s Theme” in it and he turned to me and said, “This could be a song… what you have there, we could use as a verse.” I said, “This will have to be speculative. No one has asked me for a song.” He involved two other people in his songwriting and we put our heads together and came up with the song. I put it in my back pocket and said, “I’ll play it for Niki at an opportune moment.” We were nowhere near finishing the film yet; it was still six months to go in post production and I had a lot of other music to write so it wasn’t a priority at the time. But we made this demo with Rosi, who has a beautiful voice.

At a meeting with Niki that had gone quite well where I’d played her some of the score, I played the song for her and she loved it. From there, we played it for Mitchell Leib, the president of music at Disney, [and] he [suggested] Christina Aguilera [who sang “Reflection” in the original, and remade that song for the new movie]. She said she’d love to sing it. So it was a very, very, very fortunate happening, really.

Speaking of the original, how daunting was it to take on a movie when the original score was written by the revered composer Jerry Goldsmith?

Oh yeah, it’s pretty daunting, but it’s a great privilege. I certainly wasn’t going to turn down this opportunity through fear. But I had that in the back of my mind all the time. I’ve got five kids, the oldest of which likes the first movie a lot. It came out around the time that she was little. The little ones were just excited that I was working on a movie that they could see. There were so many positives to working on this thing that I couldn’t say no, but, yes, it’s daunting. I love the original film, but I did ban it in my house. My little children were not allowed to watch the original film while I was scoring this.

How has the pandemic affected your work on your next film, Infinite, which reunites you with director Antoine Fuqua?

I’m still working on it. I was given the first cut of the movie pretty much as lockdown happened in March and everything went on hold for a little bit, but we’ll be finishing the film in the next month or two. It’s very exciting. It’s very different to Mulan, as you can imagine. Whereas there were very few electronics involved in the score for Mulan, there’s very little orchestra in the score for Infinite…I’m very fortunate to have a home studio so I was juggling three young children doing home schooling with whenever I was able to hop into my studio.

Otherwise, how has the pandemic affected you?

Everything’s taken longer. For instance, Infinite was supposed to be in theaters on Aug. 7. It would have already been finished. But things are speeding up and picking up again.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Sign Megawatt Netflix Deal – The New York Times

Six months after ceasing to be working members of the British royal family, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are Hollywood producers.

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LOS ANGELES — Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, having resettled in California, on Wednesday unveiled new Hollywood careers.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have founded a yet-to-be-named production company and signed a multiyear deal with Netflix, which will pay them to make documentaries, docu-series, feature films, scripted shows and children’s programming — giving the couple a global platform six months after their dramatic decampment from the House of Windsor.

Harry and Meghan may appear on camera in documentary programming. But she has repeatedly made it clear that she has no plans to return to acting, having last appeared in the cable drama “Suits,” which concluded its run in 2019. Their content will be exclusive to Netflix.

“Our focus will be on creating content that informs but also gives hope,” the couple said in a statement. “As new parents, making inspirational family programming is also important to us.” They added that Netflix’s “unprecedented reach will help us share impactful content that unlocks action.” Netflix has 193 million subscribers worldwide.

It is unclear how much Harry and Meghan will be paid, given their lack of producing experience. A Netflix spokeswoman declined to comment.

The streaming service, however, is known for backing up Brink’s trucks when it wants to be in business with high-profile people, particularly when other entertainment companies also want their services. In recent months, Harry and Meghan have quietly talked with Disney and Apple. Variety reported earlier this month that they had met with NBCUniversal.

The couple has been living in the Los Angeles area since March, staying for a time at a Beverly Hills mansion owned by Tyler Perry. They soon filed an invasion of privacy lawsuit against tabloid photographers, saying that paparazzi had flown drones overhead in an extreme effort to capture images of their son, Archie, who turned one in May. Harry, 35, and Meghan, 39, have since bought a $14.7 million home in Montecito, an affluent town located about an hour north of Malibu that is also home to Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres.

“We’re incredibly proud they have chosen Netflix as their creative home and are excited about telling stories with them that can help build resilience and increase understanding for audiences everywhere,” Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s co-chief executive and chief content officer, said in a statement.

Netflix is under pressure to keep its content pipelines flowing as it competes for viewers with Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, Hulu, Peacock and the traditional broadcast networks. Family programming is particularly important to Netflix, and Harry and Meghan already have an animated series in development which is focused on inspiring women. Last week, Netflix released “Rising Phoenix,” a documentary about the Paralympic Games; Harry, who founded the Invictus Games for wounded veterans, appears in the film.

Content centered on social messages — racial justice, gender equity, mental well-being, environmental stewardship has been hot in Hollywood for some time, and Netflix and Participant Media, founded by the eBay billionaire Jeff Skoll, have been at the center. Participant and Netflix backed Ava DuVernay’s acclaimed 2019 mini-series “When They See Us,” which depicted the excruciating toll that persecution and incarceration had on the teenage boys known as the Central Park Five. In 2018, Netflix struck a deal with Barack and Michelle Obama to produce shows and films. That partnership in March yielded “Crip Camp,” a feel-good documentary about the origins of the disability rights movement that is an early favorite to win the 2021 Oscar for best nonfiction film.

Meghan and Harry, the second son of Prince Charles, abruptly announced in January that they planned to step back from their royal duties, seek financial independence and spend part of the year living in North America. It triggered the most serious crisis for the British royal family since the death of Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, in a car crash in 1997. The news media labeled the fracas Megxit.


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After emotionally charged negotiations, Queen Elizabeth II granted the couple’s wishes in return for their agreeing not to use their most exalted titles, His Royal Highness and Her Royal Highness. The couple also agreed to give up public funding — setting off a tabloid guessing game about how they would finance their lifestyle, including paying for security.

Harry and Meghan used to draw some income from the Duchy of Cornwall, a hereditary estate owned by Prince Charles, but that ended with their departure from Britain. Harry also inherited several million dollars from his late mother. Before their 2018 marriage, Meghan, then Meghan Markle, worked as an actress in “Suits.”

The couple’s production company will operate independently from their charitable foundation, which is called Archewell. The couple shut down their previous philanthropic endeavor, SussexRoyal, in March after they agreed to stop using the term “royal” for commercial or charitable activities.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Pitching a Top-Secret Project to Hollywood (EXCLUSIVE) – Variety

Ever since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moved to California earlier this year, rumors have swirled that they had a plan to gain a foothold in Hollywood. They now seem to be taking steps to do that. According to sources, the couple has been quietly shopping an idea for a project around town, Variety has learned.

While the concept behind their pitch is unknown, the world-famous couple took meetings in June with networks. Also unknown: if the pitch is supposed to be for a scripted or unscripted TV series, or something else. But whatever it is, the couple would like to serve as joint producers on the project, according to a source with knowledge of the top-secret idea.

Insiders indicate their pitch has been shopped to numerous media companies. One venue that has heard the pitch is NBCUniversal where a meeting was set with top executives at the company, including Bonnie Hammer, the chairman of NBCUniversal Content Studios, who knew Markle from her years as an actor on “Suits.”

NBCUniversal declined to comment, when contacted by Variety.

A source close to Markle tells Variety that the former royal has absolutely no plans to act, and therefore, she will not be acting in the project that was pitched.

Representatives for the couple declined to comment on this story.

Markle’s first job back in Hollywood took the form of narrating a docuseries for Disney Plus, “Elephants,” which premiered in April. The movie benefits Elephants Without Borders, an organization that protects the elephants living in Botswana. The narrating gig came after Markle was seen chatting with Disney chairman Bob Iger at the London premiere of “The Lion King” last summer.

But it’s not known if their latest project was pitched to Disney. A rep from the studio declined to comment on if Disney executives met with them.

Prior to giving up their royal titles, Prince Harry announced in 2019 that he was partnering with Winfrey on an Apple TV+ docuseries about mental health. And last week, he made a surprise appearance in Netflix’s trailer for the documentary “Rising Phoenix,” which launches later this month and will tell the story of the Paralympic Games. It is unclear if the couple has met with Apple or Netflix yet on their current round of meetings.

In June, the couple signed with the high-profile New York-based speaking agency, Harry Walker Agency, which represents the Obamas and the Clintons. Whatever speaking engagements they may participate in are said to be focused on social issues, environmental concerns and mental health — all issues that are close to Markle and Prince Harry’s hearts, and could perhaps give a glimpse into the genre of content they might be pitching for any project on which they are involved.

Although their transfer to the United States has been recent, the duo seem to have no shortage of friends in Hollywood. Since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to California in early 2020, they briefly lived in Tyler Perry’s mansion in Beverly Hills. They have now settled down in Montecito, which is far more private and paparazzi-proof than Los Angeles, but still close enough to the studios for their latest creative aspirations.

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Harry and Meghan fundraiser connected to Twitter troll account ripping royal family – Page Six

August 15, 2020 | 4:44pm

Oh, the irony.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently phoned a fan to thank her for raising $60,000 for charities they support — later to find that same fan is linked to a Twitter troll account that posts hateful and vile attacks on Prince William, his wife Kate and the Queen.

The couple told the fundraiser, Dani Trin, they were “so moved and so happy” by her efforts, but, according to The Sun, Trin is part of an eight-person coterie who ran @HenrysCousin, a Twitter account which has previously posted a string of vile tweets branding the Duchess of Cambridge a “b—h” and a “Karen,” her husband Prince William an “a—–e” and called the Monarchy a “s–t, messy, toxic institution.”

Trin acknowledged she had a log in to the @henryscousin account — which has since been deleted — but denied posting those particular tweets.

Harry and Meghan are particularly red-faced as they have made it their mission to create a safer, better social media environment.

Earlier this month, Prince Harry wrote an article for Fast Company in which he said “my wife and I (have been) calling business leaders, heads of major corporations, and chief marketing officers at brands and organizations” to tell them that “the digital landscape is unwell and companies like yours have the chance to reconsider your role in funding and supporting online platforms that have contributed to, stoked, and created the conditions for a crisis of hate, a crisis of health, and a crisis of truth.”

According to the Sun, which took screen grabs of all the noxious tweets sent by @HenrysCousin, just days before Harry, 35, and Meghan, 39, made their gushing phone call to Trin, it accused the Royal Family of being “nasty, pedophilic, racist.”

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Other posts from @HenrysCousin — part of the #SussexSquad hashtag on Twitter — include “sick jokes” about Kate being an “anorexic wrinkly hoe,” a “corner plant” and repeatedly called her “Karen”; it referred to Kate as an “ugly horse face b—h” who was said to be “just bitter she still lives in a dead woman’s shadow”; #AbolishTheMonarchy b—h”;  and on Dec. 16, a message was posted under a video of “Kate shaking off William’s hand on her shoulder,” which read: “I really do believe he’s an a—–e.”

During Megxit, another screengrab from the Sun shows a tweet from @HenrysCousin noting: “Meghan’s pit stop in the Royal Family is all these inbred hoes are gonna be talking about for the next 20 years.”

The Sun added, “There is no suggestion the duke and duchess had any knowledge of or condoned the offensive messages” but that in the sycophantic tome “Finding Freedom,” Harry, referring to #SussexSquad, told a friend: “To see that support and positivity means a lot.”

Another member of the #SussexSquad @JustHarry also posted offensive tweets about Harry’s family, including one that read: “You never even hear Kate. She barely knows how to form a sentence” and “The way that Harry and Meghan aren’t part of that s–t, messy, toxic institution anymore is most pleasing to me”.

Trin was so pleased Harry and Meghan had called her that she boasted about it on @HenrysCousin in a series of tweets that read:

“This was a short call with the sole purpose to thank us all for our efforts in putting such an amazing effort in and also for our enthusiastic support in the past two years.

“They both sounded so thankful, so moved and so happy for having our support. … Meghan did tell me to, ‘Pass on the message.’

“I’m humbled to have been used as a messenger to pass on their words of gratitude to you all. Calling me was like calling all of us. … Acknowledging me personally and so directly was like doing the same to all of us.”

When contacted, Trin admitted to the Sun she was one of eight #SussexSquad members who had a password to the @HenrysCousin account, but denied personally writing abusive messages, noting: “I feel like it’s not my place to condemn or approve another person’s tweets. It’s their opinion. @HenrysCousin was like a forum and I had no control what other ­people posted. The group disbanded and the account was deactivated due to irreconcilable differences.”

Buckingham Palace and The Sussexes all declined to comment to the Sun.

But royal expert Tom Quinn told the newspaper: “The fact that Meghan and Harry have thanked a Twitter user that is also connected to nasty, vicious remarks about the Royal Family and others shows once again just how naïve they are.”

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a new palace – Page Six

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Prince Harry and Meghan purchase home in Santa Barbara – CNN

(CNN)Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have set down roots in Santa Barbara, California.

A representative for the couple told CNN that they moved into the home last month.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into their family home in July of this year,” the spokesperson said in a statement. “They have settled into the quiet privacy of their community since their arrival and hope that this will be respected for their neighbors, as well as for them as a family.”
The couple can now call some of their celebrity friends — like Oprah Winfrey, who lives nearby — neighbors.
This new chapter comes just mere months after another one closed. In January, the two announced that they were stepping back from the royal family, giving up their royal titles. They said at the time that they wanted to be financially independent.
“After many months of reflection and internal discussions, we have chosen to make a transition this year in starting to carve out a progressive new role within this institution,” the couple wrote in a statement posted to their former Instagram account earlier this year. “We intend to step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent, while continuing to fully support Her Majesty The Queen.”
It didn’t go quite as planned. The palace released its own statement in response and several conversations took place. Shortly thereafter, the couple moved to Canada with their son, Archie.
The couple have kept a low profile since relocating to Markle’s hometown of Los Angeles. They have been spotted delivering meals to residents in need during the pandemic since officially giving up their royal duties in March.
Markle also appears to be settling back into her Hollywood roots as the narrator for the Disney+ documentary, “Elephants.”

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle secretly buy Santa Barbara home because ‘it was not Harry’s style’ – Daily Mail

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been secretly living in a Santa Barbara ‘family’ home for six weeks, ditching Tyler Perry’s 18-bedroom Beverly Hills mansion because ‘it’s not Harry’s style’

  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been living in the upscale California community for six weeks since early July 
  • Harry and Meghan had been staying at Tyler Perry’s $18million, 12-bedroom, eight-bathroom Beverly Hills mansion for the last few months 
  • Perry is close friends with Oprah, who is the couple’s new neighbor
  • Santa Barbara has lavish homes that are worth more than $100million
  • A source shared that Perry’s home in Beverly Hills was not Harry’s style 

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have secretly bought a private family home in Santa Barbara, ditching Tyler Perry’s 12-bedroom Beverly Hills mansion for ‘considerable privacy.’

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been living in the upscale California community for six weeks since early July, Page Six reports. 

‘Harry and Meghan have been quietly living in their own home in Santa Barbara since early July,’ an. unnamed source revealed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been living in the upscale California community for six weeks since early July

‘They are not houseguests of Oprah or anyone else, they bought this home themselves. This is where they want to continue their lives after leaving the UK.

‘This is the first home either of them has ever owned. It has been a very special time for them as a couple and as a family — to have complete privacy for six weeks since they moved in.

‘They intend to put down their roots in this house and the quiet community, which has considerable privacy. This is where they want to bring Archie up, where they hope he can have as normal a life as possible.’

Little details are known about the home, but the source adds that the couple have vetted the home.

Harry and Meghan had been staying at Tyler Perry’s $18million, 12-bedroom, eight-bathroom Beverly Hills mansion for the last few months

‘They have thought about this carefully and researched it well. This is the place where they plan to be happy, make good friends and bring up Archie, giving him the chance to play with other children his age,’ the source said.

Harry and Meghan had been staying at Tyler Perry’s $18million, 12-bedroom, eight-bathroom Beverly Hills mansion for the last few months. 

Perry is close friends with Oprah, who lives just a few miles away from where the couple now reside. He is also represented by some of the same people representing the couple.

Perry is close friends with Oprah, who is the couple’s new neighbor

‘While it was a nice favor to them at a very difficult time, Tyler Perry’s house with 18 bedrooms isn’t Harry’s style. Yes, he grew up in royalty and the halls of Buckingham Palace, but he prefers more intimate homes with character,’ the source shared. 

The couple have had to launch a lawsuit against numerous paparazzi agencies after Archie was pictured with Meghan’s mom Doria Ragland in a driveway at the house. 

‘Harry and Meghan are both very upset by this breach of privacy, but that wasn’t the reason they left Los Angeles. They were already in the process of buying their home in Santa Barbara. 

‘Harry and Meghan never intended to make Los Angeles their home. It was a good place for them to be upon their arrival in the US to be close to Meghan’s mom [who lives in LA],’ the source shared. 

Oprah’s massive $90million estate in Montecito with stunning visuals of the ocean

The young family will have several notable celeb neighbors in their lavish new neighborhood, which boasts home that go for more than $100million. 

Oprah has a massive $90million estate in Montecito with stunning visuals of the ocean, and Ellen DeGeneres has a few homes in the area, as well.

A spokesperson for the couple confirmed that they have moved to the new home.  

‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into their family home in July of this year. They have settled into the quiet privacy of their community since their arrival and hope that this will be respected for their neighbors, as well as for them as a family,’ the source said.

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