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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Australian Tour Home Would Make Any Honeymooner Jealous

The royals have reportedly secured a luxurious home for their trip Down Under.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are headed to Australia this fall to attend the 2018 Invictus Games—a sporting event for wounded, injured, and sick service members that Harry founded back in 2014. The trip isn't all business, though. While they're there, they'll allegedly reside in a luxe retreat, reports News.com.au.

 

According to the outlet, the couple will call a multimillion-dollar residence in a Sydney suburb home on their tour of the continent. While we don't know its exact location, Inside Out alleged that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Australian villa will feature private balconies, separate butler areas, and multiple living spaces and bedrooms. Plus, floor-to-ceiling windows will give the couple unbeatable views of the harbor. It's said to be located on Point Piper's exclusive "dress circle"—an area known for its affluence.

 

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This won't be the first luxury home the prince and the duchess have acquired since tying the knot back in May of this year. Queen Elizabeth II just gave the newlyweds Adelaide Cottage on Windsor Castle's property. Plus, they have a country house in Cotswold, England, where they're neighbors with some very high-profile stars: David and Victoria Beckham.

 

The couple's permanent residence in Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace is just as opulent as their secondary homes, though, thanks to a complete renovation which took place earlier this year. Prince Harry personally oversaw this project, eager to please his now-wife. "He keeps popping round and asking when it will be ready. He seems in a real hurry to move in with Meghan," a Daily Mail source explained.