As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle settle down for life in the Great White North, one pop icon is hoping she can change their minds. Madonna wants the royals to abandon their new home in Canada.
"Don't run off to Canada," the "Material Girl" singer said sweetly. She seemed to think for a while before making an offer that not many would refuse. The clip is found below.
The blonde songstress did a little jig with her shoulders before she continued: "I'll let them sublet my apartment in Central Park West, it's two-bedroom. It's got the best view of Manhattan."
Then, as if saying it out loud confirmed the future, the singer called the offer a "winner." She proceeded to compare Buckingham Palace to her New York apartment.
Madonna performs onstage during the 2019 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 1, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada. | Photo: Getty Images
Behind her, a male voice added that the New York location indeed had a better view. Madonna wrapped up the video by saying that the view in Britain was "a bunch of guys in woolly hats."
In her caption, the singer again posed the question to the former senior royals. So far, there's been no response. Markle and Harry currently have a lot going on, though.
The pair are dealing with tons of backlash for stepping down as senior royals as well as for moving to Canada last month. They'll reportedly split the time between their new home and the UK.
Although the reason was primarily believed to result from how the media negatively reported on Meghan, a royal expert said that Prince Harry is taking full responsibility for making the big decision.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry prepare for their speeches at a reception held at the High Commissioner’s Residence in South Africa, on October 02, 2019, in Johannesburg, South Africa | Photo: Getty Images
Through ET Online, Katie Nicholl said that the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II had taken it upon himself to shoulder the blame fully in hopes of protecting his wife.
According to the outlet, right now, Harry and Markle are looking to see which charities would be best to attach their names to over in Canada. They'll also be making appearances to provide some income.
Markle, who worked on the show "Suits" before she married into royalty, is also reportedly searching for a new gig in the entertainment industry. She's already secured voiceover roles with Disney.