A large sum owed to Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (40). According to “The Mirror,” the two have to pay taxes of CHF 128,732 for their California dream villa in Montecito.
And the “Sunday Mirror” revealed that the two want to pay this amount in installments. In addition, the royal couple also faced a penalty fee of 10 percent on their late payments. “The bill is huge, but it’s peanuts for their earnings,” a source said.
Disappointing record: Hardly any donations to the Harry and Meghan Foundation(01:11)
Building a “normal” life
Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry moved into the spacious property, which includes nine bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, a home cinema, fitness center, tennis court and spacious garden at the beginning of June 2020. It is estimated that the royal couple spent 13.5 million francs on the stunning home.
In fact, the plan was to build as normal a life as possible there. “This is where they plan to be happy, make good friends, raise Archie and give him the chance to play with other kids his age,” a source said.
Goodbye dream house!
Only a year and a half after moving, a different wind blew – the spouses want to sell the huge villa. They want to stay in the neighborhood, or at least close to them. But they are not enthusiastic about the villa and its location,” an insider said. So it is likely that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s search for the perfect home will continue for a little longer. (cog)
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