Since the Royal Family split, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have “lost £15 million.”
A critic claims that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have lost $22 million (£15.8 million) since their departure from the Royal Family.
Last year, the couple made the historic decision to leave their royal lives in the United Kingdom and go to the United States in order to live a “financially independent existence” away from the monarchy.
They’ve spent a fortune since then on a slew of new amenities, including a property in Montecito, a posh coastal community about two hours north of Los Angeles.
While they’ve landed a slew of lucrative deals with streaming behemoths like Netflix and Spotify, Harry said to Oprah Winfrey in March that he’s been financially cut off from his family.
When the Clarence House financial reports for the year were disclosed in June, Prince Charles’ spokeswoman indicated that the Sussexes received a “significant sum” on their exit and that they were paid until the summer of 2020.
According to a royal pundit, Harry and Meghan have lost more than $22 million (£15.8 million) since their departure from the Royal Family, before their deals were taken into account.
Commentator Daniela Elser explained how Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ended up with such high expenditure in a story for News.au.com titled “Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have lost $22 million (£15.8 million) since leaving the Royal Family.”
The couple reportedly paid $19.6 million (£14 million) for their new compound, which Ms Elser described as “exactly what every runaway Prince needs,” with “two saunas and a Japanese tea house next to a koi pond.”
“The Sussexes’ acquisition of the property was a milestone event for both Harry and Meghan, as it was the first home either of them had ever owned,” Ms Elser wrote.
“For the Duke, it was also the first time he had had to pay for a permanent roof over his head on his own dime.
“For the first 35 years of Harry’s life, up until Megxit, the Royal Family had pretty much covered his living expenses, followed by the Army, and then the Royal Family again.”
She then went into detail about the expense of Frogmore Cottage and the renovation work done on the Sussexes’ official UK residence.
It was revealed two years ago that government money had sponsored $4.4 million (£3 million) worth of work, which the. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”