Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down from their royal family roles last year after months of discussions.
Their new Montecito home has got the world talking, from A-list neighbours to its cost, reportedly setting them back £11.2 million.
People are most interested to see what the home looks like on the inside, and thanks to a flow of Zoom video call appearances from the Sussex couple, we've had a few sneak peeks.
Interiors-wise, we're talking monochrome cushions, feminist coffee table books and Diptyque candles - and we're here for it.
This week, it was the Sussex couple's new kitchen that got the world talking as Prince Harry took part in a video call from the previously unseen room to confirm the postponing of the 2021 Invictus Games.
As far as sneak peeks go, it wasn't the most revealing, showing just his wooden cupboard doors, but we can see that the kitchen is cream with high ceilings. Here's hoping for more soon!
Prince Harry used the video message on Tuesday to assure fans that the Games would return, stating: 'when the world is ready, we will compete with all we have, with all we are.’
We're looking forward to Spring 2022!
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