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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Mansion in Sydney Is Fit for 10 Princes

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This October, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will head to Australia for the fourth Invictus games. Prince Harry launched the now-annual sporting event for injured or wounded armed personnel back in 2014, and the duo famously made their first official public appearance as a couple at the Toronto games in September last year. Naturally, for their first trip to Australia as newlyweds, they’ve lined up some pretty sweet digs.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have secured a luxury home in East Sydney worth approximately $25 million, reports have alleged. Located in Point Piper’s prestige “dress circle,” an affluent suburb, the property boasts sweeping harbor views and a private setting away from the prying eyes of the media.

According to Australian interiors magazine Inside Out, their chosen property looks almost identical to neighboring Point Piper mansion Villa Del Mare. Take a tour of the what the royals can expect from their upcoming abode below.

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The mansion sleeps up to 12, so the couple could easily host quite the party. 

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The grand exterior is certainly fit for a royal. 

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One of many private balconies — the ideal spot for a fancy cocktail.

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There are plush interiors throughout the entire mansion.

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And there are many spots to relax. 

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Floor to ceiling windows provide impressive views. 

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There’s plenty of room for entertaining. 

This article was originally written by Elizabeth Bennet. For more, check out our sister site, Grazia.

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