Prince Harry gave fans the first glimpse of his huge home in Los Angeles.
The royal shares the glam pad, located on the top of a hill in the ultra-exclusive community of Beverly Ridge Estates, with his superb wife Meghan Markle and their one-year-old son Archie.
The 16 million-euro house has 12 bedrooms and eight bathrooms and was previously owned by Hollywood actor and producer Tyler Perry.
Harry showed it during an appearance in a video to discuss rugby in England in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Dressed in a white polo shirt, the father of a child had a huge smile on his face as he sat in front of his magnificent cream wall with plants that wove the wall.
The video was shared on England The Rugby Instagram page earlier this week. The caption next to the now widely shared clip said, “When the match was halted, the rugby family united. Thank you all.”
Talking to sports fans, he started: “We all lack rugby.”
Joining Jonny Wilkinson, Eddie Jones and Sarah Hunter, another person added, “This pandemic may have stopped the game.”
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Before Harry concluded with a positive affirmation: “But that did not take away our spirit.”
In addition to the many bedrooms and bathrooms, Tyler Perry’s Instagram reveals that the place also includes a sunken bath, separate chapel, nursery and breathtaking views of the famous Los Angeles skyline.
This video comes after Harry wrote an emotional letter to congratulate RE: ACT Disaster Response for his incredible work alongside Hubb Community Kitchen in helping vulnerable people during the pandemic.
He said: “As you may know, Hubb Community Cooking is an incredibly close to my wife’s heart initiative that continues to be supported by the legacy of their Together Community Cookbook.
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