Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent holidays with Baby Archie at $14.1 million mansion in Canada.
The French country-inspired mansion named Milles Fleurs. It was listed by Sotheby’s in 2012 for $18,459,645 Canadian dollars ($14.1 million USD, £10.7 million). Mansion was fully furnished. The main house is 11,416 feet with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The guest cottage is 2,349 square feet with three beds and to baths.
They arrived in Canda to spent the Christmas holidays. Eight bedrooms gated mansion on Vancouver Island, Canada has a beautiful view in front.
Moreover, Locals of Island noticed that the cameras were installed in the property as early as December 19.
Locals reported the weather as ‘excellent’ for the time of year. The royal couple has enjoyed mostly sunshine with highs of 48F during the day and lows of 32F at night. On Christmas day there was light rain in the morning with a temperature of 41F, which brightened into the sunshine with clouds and 43F for the afternoon.
Meghan and Harry both spent their Christmas holiday with their son Archie in private property.