Inside Tyler Perry's LA home where Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are staying

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are still on the hunt for a permanent property

Bridie Wilkins

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are currently residing at a £15million mansion owned by Tyler Perry in the Beverly Ridge Estate of LA, but although the property is only a temporary home for the family, it is undoubtedly fit for a royal. It was built in 2012 over 24,500 square feet and while living in the property, Tyler shared several photos of the inside. Take a look…

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In 2016, Tyler shared a video of himself in one of the living rooms. It features high ceilings with a beige colour scheme including two enormous leather sofas and a selection of co-ordinating side lamps. There are wooden floors with patterned rugs, and large marble plinths and arches leading to different areas of the home. The video ends on a view of the corridor, built with an alcove ceiling.

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The living room also has a large black grand piano, where Stevie Wonder played at Tyler's birthday party in 2014.


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The regal aesthetic continues with large chandeliers, seen in both the living and dining room. The living room opens up on to the dining room through a marble archway.

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In the kitchen, Meghan and Harry now have a top-of-the-range Wolf oven (a celeb favourite with fans including Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Lopez) below a marble hood. On the wall, Tyler decorated with a sign reading 'Only believe' because, as his caption says, "Surround yourself with things that remind you to never give up." There's a classic marble island in the middle of the room.

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On Wednesday, Meghan and Harry joined a video conference with the Crisis Text Line team to thank staff for their work, and the room they filmed in has also been used by Tyler for a video that he shared in 2017. It features oak wall panels and two large lampshades seen behind both Tyler and Meghan and Harry.


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Tyler shared a full view of the room – the study – in 2014 when he thanked family and friends for his birthday gifts. There is a matching oak desk with a glass top for working on and a maroon leather desk chair, as well as a traditional fireplace.  


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The home boasts views across Franklin Canyon Park from an enormous outdoor terrace. Meghan and Harry have recently installed privacy screens since hiking trails reopened following the coronavirus pandemic.


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A shot taken by Tyler of the porch reveals that the property is ideal for watching the sunset, too.


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The building itself is equally beautiful, made with exposed stone and cream window frames.


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Meghan and Harry's son Archie also has a beautiful nursery. Tyler shared a look inside at the room that he previously used for his son Aman, featuring a blue and white colour scheme with wooden floors and white walls. There's a white cot and a matching armchair and side table.


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It seems the Roman baths inspired Tyler's choice of bathroom design, with a circular jacuzzi built into the floor, framed with four marble plinths and below a huge chandelier.


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