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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle currently reside in their opulent $14 million mansion spanning 7.4 acres, facing financial challenges that have prompted them to explore options to sustain their careers.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have experienced a tumultuous year financially, are contemplating a move to reduce the considerable costs associated with maintaining their luxurious Montecito home.

Insiders revealed to Life & Style magazine that the royal couple is actively considering relocating to Los Angeles to expand their social circle, seeking a supportive community amid their strained relationship with the royal family.

The source emphasized the need for a dependable network to celebrate holidays and share dinners, highlighting the potential monotony the couple might face if isolated.

Additionally, the relocation is viewed as a strategic move to significantly cut down on expenses, particularly the substantial landscaping costs incurred at their current residence.

Furthermore, the possibility of a move to the UK is also on the table for Harry and Meghan, not only for potential reconciliation with the royals but also as a means to alleviate their financial strain.

Sources disclosed to The Mirror that Meghan, in response to the couple’s financial challenges, envisions spending eight months of the year in Montecito and the remaining four months in the UK.

The financial predicament facing the Sussexes stems from setbacks such as the fallout from their Spotify deal and uncertainties surrounding the renewal of their Netflix contract.

As they navigate these challenges, the couple is exploring strategic moves and potential relocations to mitigate financial pressures and secure stability for their future endeavors.

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