Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have left royal life to embark on a new life together. They launched their own Archewell Foundation website last week. The couple have been living in the United States since March and moved into their new home in Santa Barbara over the summer. But what surprising visitors have been spotted near their American homes?
The Duke of Sussex reimbursed this renovation cost earlier this year.
Although the couple now live in the United States, the property will remain a British residence for the Sussex family.
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Harry and Meghan lived in a Beverly Hills mansion in Los Angeles for many months after leaving royal life.
They resided in a lavish 18-bedroom house believed to have been borrowed from millionaire actor and producer Tyler Perry.
A source told Page Six: “While it was a great favor for them at a very difficult time, Tyler Perry’s 18-bedroom house is not Harry’s style.
“Yes, he grew up in royalty and in the halls of Buckingham Palace, but he prefers more intimate and characterful homes.
A mountain lion and bear were recently spotted near their new £ 11million mansion.
The big cat, also known as a cougar, roared at a pet dog in a garden two miles from the Sussex family home, according to The Sun.
Miles Hartfeld, the owner of the German Shepherd who was roared, called experts from the Santa Barbara County Fish and Wildlife Commission who have studied the area to find out more about the cat.
His fiancee Gretchen Lieff told the publication: “The wildlife biologist said it came from a cat and was too big for a bobcat.
The sighting of a large cat came after a large black bear was seen in the area earlier last week.
CCTV footage showed the bear prowling the neighborhood.
The bear allegedly attacked chickens and searched in bins.
Experts say the bear was likely looking for food after its den was disturbed and may have taken up residence on land at a nearby ranch, which was recently sold, forcing it to start wandering around .