Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have had a pretty interesting journey this year, settling into life as private citizens. Recently, some new details emerged about their new house as fans keep trying to see how the couple is living.
from Teenage Therapy hopped on the “how it started vs. how it’s going” trend. The group, which focuses on therapy and mental health, showed the progress they had made thus far.
That progress included an interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle. As the group shared, they visited the couple recently in their Santa Barbara home.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on October 02, 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa. | Photo: Getty Images.
The picture shared showed the people from Teenage Therapy speaking with Harry and Meghan in a living room. Everyone was dressed casually, with Harry opting for a grey polo shirt and a pair of jeans.
On the other hand, Meghan wore a patterned jacket over a grey T-shirt and a pair of jeans. Everyone in the room wore cautionary face masks. The image also showed a glimpse of the couple’s living room.
As seen, the room had a circular two-seater chair and a luxury stone fireplace. There was also a three-seater sofa, a set of stone-colored cushions, and hexagonal cream lampshades that topped wall-mounted lights.
Per reports, the Santa Barbara house cost the couple $14 million.
While it might not have been a flamboyant as their accommodations back in London, the home was cute and quaint in its own way. Harry and Meghan moved into the Santa Barbara home some months back as they began settling into life away from the British Royal Family.
The couple had initially stayed in Canada after leaving the United Kingdom. However, they made a last-minute move to California amid fears of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Eventually, they moved into their accommodations. Per reports, the Santa Barbara house cost the couple $14 million. Since then, the couple has been giving glimpses of how the house looks.
Last month, Meghan appeared at a virtual conference, where she showed some more details from the house. As reports showed, the room where she stayed included an ornamental vase, some rustic shelves, and grey and white throw pillows.
The house shows that the Sussexes have a great taste and the home definitely has all they need to nurture their family. Recently, they explained that they had been bonding even more with the lockdown.
The interview, which was in honor of the International Day of the Girl Child, saw the couple rave about their one-year-old son, Archie. They confirmed that he is growing up quickly and that he had even taken his first steps.