Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have kept a low profile since relocating to Los Angeles from London (via Canada) earlier this year – even managing to keep the news of their US arrival under wraps for weeks.
It's emerged they are holed up in US actor and producer Tyler Perry's opulent $27 million eight-bedroom, 12-bathroom, Tuscan-style Beverly Hills pad, which sits on 9ha in an exclusive guard-gated community.
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While the royal couple may have shut down their own Instagram account, a quick scroll through their landlord's social media provides plenty of glimpses of their new abode.
In one picture previously posted on Instagram by the 50-year-old Hollywood mogul, a large balcony can be seen with sweeping views of the area.
Another image features one of the home's many bathrooms – boasting a stunning Grecian design, complete with white columns and a sunken Jacuzzi.
A photo uploaded during the festive period offers a look at the property's living space:
huge windows, an expensive-looking couch and soft lighting. The picture Perry shared also features a glimpse at the adjoining (and extravagant) dining room.
The room most likely being occupied by baby Archie, who just turned 1, is also featured on Perry's Instagram – a gorgeous grey and white nursery originally designed for his now-5-year-old son, Aman.
Meghan, a well-known foodie, is sure to have been thrilled with Perry's sleek kitchen, which includes a marble island, double oven and hob and blackboard.
In 2014, Perry also shared a photo from inside his study, showcasing a heavy leather armchair, fireplace, mahogany doors, a vintage-style desk and embroidered carpet.
There's been no indication of how long Meghan and Harry plan to stay in Perry's mansion – although it's understood they have been house-hunting for a place of their own in that area.
The celeb-studded hillside is certainly a far cry from their former British pad, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, which they renovated for $4.5 million and then lived in for less than a year before making the move to Northern America.
There was backlash over the decision, as taxpayers had forked out payment for a large chunk of the barely-used refurbishments, but it has been recently reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have now begun the process of repayments.