Read on to discover more about her childhood home and watch the photos of her Toronto townhouse.
Meghan’s childhood home
Meghan was born and raised in Los Angeles. The Daily Mail reported that prior to her parents, Doria Ragland and Thomas Markle, divide they lived on Providencia Street in the upscale neighborhood of Woodland Hills with her half-siblings Thomas Jr. and Samantha.
When Markle and Ragland divorced, Meghan and her mother moved into an apartment on S. Cloverdale Avenue in Mid-Wilshire, just west of downtown L.A.. The rent there today goes for around $4,000 a month.
Meghan split time between her parents’ homes and stayed in her father’s ground floor apartment on Vista Del Mar Avenue if she was in high school. She went to Northwestern University in Illinois, where she studied relations and theater.
Her Toronto pad
When she returned to L.A., she met film producer Trevor Engelson. The two began dating in 2004 and she eventually moved into his home over the Sunset Strip. After a long time together, the pair got hitched in Jamaica.
Meghan’s Canadian pad at 10 Yarmouth Rd. at the Seaton Village neighborhood was a three-bedroom townhome where she dwelt with her two puppies Bogart and Guy. The townhouse has a backyard with a terrace and backyard, a cellar, and a spacious floor plan.
The property later sold for $1.6 million.
It is possible to see more photos of the distance .
The duke and duchess’ regal homes
After marrying Prince Harry on May 19, 2018, the duke and duchess live in Nottingham Cottage in Kensington Palace. The pair then moved into their newly renovated 10-bedroom residence, Frogmore Cottage, just a couple of weeks before infant Archie arrived.
“The refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage, the Grade-2 listed building in Windsor Home Park was financed by Her Majesty the queen during the Sovereign Grant, representing the monarchy’s responsibility to keep the maintenance of buildings with historic importance,” an announcement concerning the renovations in their site read. “Expenses related to fittings, furnishings, and fittings in the official home were financed independently by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.”
On Jan. 8, Meghan and Harry declared they were stepping down as senior royals and could split their time between the U.K. and North America. They retreated to Canada and happen to be staying at a mansion on Vancouver Island.
The Sussexes’ rental is 11,416 square feet, sits on four acres, and contains five bedrooms and eight baths with a 2,349 square-foot guest cottage.