After Harry and Meghan Markle giving up the royal titles of the British nobility and moving to the United States, many multimillion-dollar deals were made with streaming platforms, publishers and other partnerships – but not enough to maintain the same standard of living they led in England, the website revealed. RadarOnline.
According to the publication, the couple would have mortgaged the mansion that they have lived in since 2020, in Montecito, California – where the Netflix series “Harry & Meghan” was recorded.
In addition to maintaining the house, which has six bedrooms, two gardens, a vegetable garden, a chicken coop, a swimming pool, a whirlpool, a games room, a spa and a theater, among other luxuries, “there are the bills for the team and personal security”, said a source. to the website.
According to the international press, the daily expense that Harry and Meghan have to ensure their own safety and that of their two children (Archie Harrison, 3 years old, and Lilibet Diana, 1) would be between 2 and 3 million dollars.
Also this Thursday (16), British and American websites reported that the mansion is for sale for 33.5 million dollars.
At the end of 2022, the book “Spare”, signed by the former British prince and which gathers some secrets of the royal family, became a bestseller of sales.
However, sources close to the couple believe, according to RadarOnline, that the profit may not be enough to follow the same lifestyle they were used to.
It is believed that Harry does not have enough repertoire to release at least three more books, as stated in the agreement (of 35 million dollars) with the publisher Penguin Random House.
Source: CNN Brasil
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