Prince Harry and Megan Markle have been reported for months hunting for houses in California, but they seem to be (finally) approaching finding a home.
According to a new report, Sussex has narrowed its search to Malibu, which is home to stars such as Caitlin Jenner and Leonardo DiCaprio. Prince Harry and Megan Mark. Markle | Photo by Anwar Hussein / WireImage
More about the potential relocation of Prince Harry and Markel to Malibu
Edmund Fry, a man who learned the royal label of Markle after meeting Prince Harry, told Express about theirs supposed plans.  "Megan and Harry are looking for a place here," he told the outlet on September 1
He went on to share some from the benefits of the potential move, explaining, "It's possible to live stress-free and in the glare of the public here. LA and California are so huge it's easy to run to places with your family and just mingle with everyone."  "Many celebrities with families live their lives every day without doing anything not much of their glory while enjoying all the great places the area has to offer, "Fry continued." People in this city see celebrities all the time and don't strive for photos or interfere with their lives, so that would be an advantage for them. "
Why it is claimed they want a home in the United States
A source told the Dream in May that they wanted another family home after the birth of their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatton-Windsor. Beyond that, according to reports, Markle also wants to be closer to his mother, Doria Ragland.
"After all, she's a California girl, and she can breathe easier there … Spending time there would also allow her some freedom and independence from both the palace and the press – and more control over her life and the people around her, "the source adds.
The royal officials did not comment on the allegations, but definitely this move may be good for Markle. Over the last few months, she has been through a lot of drama in the United Kingdom, including an alleged feud with Kate Middleton, which has sparked intense press criticism.