Meghan and Prince Harry's new home sits on 5.4 acres of land and immaculately clipped hedges border the estate's stone-pillared entry gates. Property listings say the home took nearly five years to build and included a library, office, spa with a separate dry and wet sauna, a gym with a stripper pole, game room, arcade, theater, wine cellar and five-car garage. The entrance to the property opens onto a wide lane paved with hand-cut Santa Barbara Stone that leads through a grand archway of trees
Another book within the pile is the Women: National Geographic Image Collection which is described online as a 'powerful photography collection, drawn from the celebrated National Geographic archive' and features portraist and interviews from some of the couple's closest friends, including Oprah Winfrey
6. Cathedral candles on rustic holders: Directly behind Meghan's right shoulder, three large cathedral candles can be seen on opulent candle sticks. While the couple appear to have scented their home with fragrant candle, they have also decorated with the accessories to create some ambiance in the room.
2. Diptyque Tubereuse candle: The $60 Diptyque Tubereuse candle can be seen on the Meghan's shoulder on the side board. The scent is described online as 'sensual, generous and luscious' and 'full of the heady and intoxicating fragrance derived from the sought-after Mexican white flower'. According to it's online description, it can 'create an elegant ambience in the home for any occasion.' The scented candle may be another piece selected by the Duchess, who has long been a fan of the brand. She
1. Vase of green hydrangeas: On the left hand side of the frame is a bouquet of large white flowers, placed in a huge statement vase. The Duchess has long favored mid-century modern furniture and a white color palette, and added vibrant pops of color with accessories such as a huge bouquet of flowers. Meghan has always been a fan of fresh flowers, with pink peonies declared as her favorite.
Meghan Markle offered royal fans a glimpse into her new dream $14 million Californian mansion during an appearance on America's Got Talent. The Duchess of Sussex , 39, made a surprise appearance on the season finale of the talent show to send a video message to singer Archie Williams, 59, a humble man who had been wrongly incarcerated for 36 years. Meghan spoke from her sprawling nine-bedroom and 16-bathroom mansion in upscale Santa Barbara which she shares with Prince Harry , 36, and their son
A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said: 'The core Sovereign Grant supports the official duties of the Queen and the maintenance of the occupied royal palaces and is calculated on 15 percent of the income surplus of the Crown Estate. An additional 10 percent was agreed to fund a ten-year reservicing of Buckingham Palace... Our Sovereign Grant report outlines where the money is spent, the scale of the work it supports and also the contribution made to the costs through income generation such as vi
THE QUEEN GETS BAILED OUT: The Treasury announced this week that the Queen would receive a bailout from the taxpayer to help maintain her income after the crown's land and property investments plunged during the coronavirus crisis. The monarch's income is based on a 25 percent share of the profits of the Crown Estate, but with overall profits sinking the Queen will now keep more of the profits, which means she will hold money that otherwise would have gone to fund public services.
When the piece was originally published a Royal source called it 'disgusting,' stating: 'It's sexist and woman-shaming at its very worst'. Despite legal action and royal complaints Tatler initially refused to make any changes to the story. Four months since publication, both Kensington Palace and Tatler have now agreed to remove a large portion of the inflammatory piece.
A VICTORY FOR KATE: UK society magazine Tatler has removed nearly a fourth of its 'cruel' and 'snobby' Kate Middleton profile after Kensington Palace accused the publication of printing a 'string of lies' about the Duchess and her family including mom Carole Middleton and sister Pippa Middleton. The piece entitled 'Catherine the Great' compared 'perilously thin' Kate to Princess Diana, who struggled with eating disorders throughout her life and claimed Prince William was 'obsessed' with Caroline