Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent their first Christmas with baby Archie in a $14.1 million waterfront Canadian mansion owned by a mystery multi-millionaire.
The couple were joined by Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland at one of the most idyllic spots on Vancouver Island.
The eight-bedroom gated estate boasts two beaches and views across the peninsula from the four-acre property.
Locals in the island’s rural community of North Saanich noticed cameras and fences erected at the property as early as December 19th, and the mansion is now swarming with security guards.
One officer from the couple’s royal protection team was spotted patrolling the roads dressed in a Barbour jacket and driving a black Range Rover, and two other British guards were seen flying out from nearby Victoria International Airport.
The French country-inspired mansion has a 11,416 square foot main house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms and a 2,349 square foot guest cottage with three beds and two baths. Inside the main house is a formal dining room, panelled office with fireplace, large two-storey living room opening to a chef’s kitchen with pizza oven, a games room with wet bar, media room and wine tasting room.
The property was then bought around 2010 by Bernadette Wolfswinkel - the ex-wife of disgraced Arizona property magnate Conley Wolfswinkel.
In 2012, it was put up for sale for $14.1 million and sold to a mysterious and extremely wealthy businessman around that time., Image: 490317668, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent their first Christmas with baby Archie in a $14.1 million waterfront Canadian mansion owned by a mystery multi-millionaire.
The couple were joined by Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland at one of the most idyllic spots on Vancouver Island.
The eight-bedroom gated estate boasts two beaches and views across the peninsula from the four-acre property.
Locals in the island’s rural community of North Saanich noticed cameras and fences erected at the property as early as December 19th, and the mansion is now swarming with security guards.
One officer from the couple’s royal protection team was spotted patrolling the roads dressed in a Barbour jacket and driving a black Range Rover, and two other British guards were seen flying out from nearby Victoria International Airport.
The French country-inspired mansion has a 11,416 square foot main house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms and a 2,349 square foot guest cottage with three beds and two baths. Inside the main house is a formal dining room, panelled office with fireplace, large two-storey living room opening to a chef’s kitchen with pizza oven, a games room with wet bar, media room and wine tasting room.
The property was then bought around 2010 by Bernadette Wolfswinkel - the ex-wife of disgraced Arizona property magnate Conley Wolfswinkel.
In 2012, it was put up for sale for $14.1 million and sold to a mysterious and extremely wealthy businessman around that time., Image: 490317668, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Isplatilo se malo naljutiti kraljicu: Pogledajte unutrašnjost kuće u Kanadi u kojoj Harry, Meghan i Archie provode blagdane

Princ Harry, Meghan i njihov Archie uživaju daleko od Buckinghamske palače. Za odmor od kraljevskih trzavica i drama izabrali su raskošnu kuću u Kanadi, okruženu velikim vrtom s kojeg puca pogled na obljižnje more, a njezina vrijednost procjenjuje se na vrtoglavih 14,1 milijun dolara.

Iako je običaj da britanska kraljevska obitelj zajedno slavi Božić svake godine, princ Harry, Meghan Markle i njihov sin Archie ove su godine odlučili prekršiti kraljevsku tradiciju i blagdane provesti "preko bare", u Kanadi. Kako tvrde neki izvori bliski paru, Harry i Meghan 'pobjegli' su u Kanadu kako bi se odmorili od obiteljske drame i napetih odnosa između Harryja i njegovog brata Williama.

I odmorili se sigurno jesu, s obzirom na raskošnu kuću u kojoj su odsjeli. Naime, riječ je o zdanju od 14,1 milijun dolara u vlasništvu tajnovitog multi-milijunaša, a društvo im je pravila i Meghanina majka Doria Ragland.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent their first Christmas with baby Archie in a $14.1 million waterfront Canadian mansion owned by a mystery multi-millionaire.
The couple were joined by Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland at one of the most idyllic spots on Vancouver Island.
The eight-bedroom gated estate boasts two beaches and views across the peninsula from the four-acre property.
Locals in the island’s rural community of North Saanich noticed cameras and fences erected at the property as early as December 19th, and the mansion is now swarming with security guards.
One officer from the couple’s royal protection team was spotted patrolling the roads dressed in a Barbour jacket and driving a black Range Rover, and two other British guards were seen flying out from nearby Victoria International Airport.
The French country-inspired mansion has a 11,416 square foot main house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms and a 2,349 square foot guest cottage with three beds and two baths. Inside the main house is a formal dining room, panelled office with fireplace, large two-storey living room opening to a chef’s kitchen with pizza oven, a games room with wet bar, media room and wine tasting room.
The property was then bought around 2010 by Bernadette Wolfswinkel - the ex-wife of disgraced Arizona property magnate Conley Wolfswinkel.
In 2012, it was put up for sale for $14.1 million and sold to a mysterious and extremely wealthy businessman around that time., Image: 490317687, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent their first Christmas with baby Archie in a $14.1 million waterfront Canadian mansion owned by a mystery multi-millionaire.
The couple were joined by Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland at one of the most idyllic spots on Vancouver Island.
The eight-bedroom gated estate boasts two beaches and views across the peninsula from the four-acre property.
Locals in the island’s rural community of North Saanich noticed cameras and fences erected at the property as early as December 19th, and the mansion is now swarming with security guards.
One officer from the couple’s royal protection team was spotted patrolling the roads dressed in a Barbour jacket and driving a black Range Rover, and two other British guards were seen flying out from nearby Victoria International Airport.
The French country-inspired mansion has a 11,416 square foot main house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms and a 2,349 square foot guest cottage with three beds and two baths. Inside the main house is a formal dining room, panelled office with fireplace, large two-storey living room opening to a chef’s kitchen with pizza oven, a games room with wet bar, media room and wine tasting room.
The property was then bought around 2010 by Bernadette Wolfswinkel - the ex-wife of disgraced Arizona property magnate Conley Wolfswinkel.
In 2012, it was put up for sale for $14.1 million and sold to a mysterious and extremely wealthy businessman around that time., Image: 490317673, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia

Njih četvero uživali su u kući uređenoj u francuskom seoskom stilu koju krasi osam spavaonica i kupaonica, velik dnevni boravak, zimski vrt, kuhinja otvorenog tipa, raskošan ured, a kuća ima i sobu za zabavu i kušanje vina. Kuća je okružena zelenilom i velikim vrtom s kojeg puca pogled na more, a prednji dio kuće obložen je kamenom što joj daje dodatni domaći štih.

No, čini se da je njihov odlazak razljutio kraljicu Elizabetu II., što je pokazala na suptilan, ali očit način. Tijekom svog Božićnog govora kraljica na stolu pored sebe uvijek izloži fotografije članova obitelji, a ove godine je izostavila fotografiju Harryja, Meghan i unuka Archieja, što dovoljno govori o njezinim osjećajima.

Sve u svemu, Sussexi nemaju problema s kršenjem kraljevskih pravila i tradicije, a to su nebrojeno puta i pokazali. Jedan razlog za to je i taj što je Harry tek sedmi u redu za prijestolje pa može voditi nešto opušteniji život.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent their first Christmas with baby Archie in a $14.1 million waterfront Canadian mansion owned by a mystery multi-millionaire.
The couple were joined by Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland at one of the most idyllic spots on Vancouver Island.
The eight-bedroom gated estate boasts two beaches and views across the peninsula from the four-acre property.
Locals in the island’s rural community of North Saanich noticed cameras and fences erected at the property as early as December 19th, and the mansion is now swarming with security guards.
One officer from the couple’s royal protection team was spotted patrolling the roads dressed in a Barbour jacket and driving a black Range Rover, and two other British guards were seen flying out from nearby Victoria International Airport.
The French country-inspired mansion has a 11,416 square foot main house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms and a 2,349 square foot guest cottage with three beds and two baths. Inside the main house is a formal dining room, panelled office with fireplace, large two-storey living room opening to a chef’s kitchen with pizza oven, a games room with wet bar, media room and wine tasting room.
The property was then bought around 2010 by Bernadette Wolfswinkel - the ex-wife of disgraced Arizona property magnate Conley Wolfswinkel.
In 2012, it was put up for sale for $14.1 million and sold to a mysterious and extremely wealthy businessman around that time., Image: 490317681, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent their first Christmas with baby Archie in a $14.1 million waterfront Canadian mansion owned by a mystery multi-millionaire.
The couple were joined by Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland at one of the most idyllic spots on Vancouver Island.
The eight-bedroom gated estate boasts two beaches and views across the peninsula from the four-acre property.
Locals in the island’s rural community of North Saanich noticed cameras and fences erected at the property as early as December 19th, and the mansion is now swarming with security guards.
One officer from the couple’s royal protection team was spotted patrolling the roads dressed in a Barbour jacket and driving a black Range Rover, and two other British guards were seen flying out from nearby Victoria International Airport.
The French country-inspired mansion has a 11,416 square foot main house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms and a 2,349 square foot guest cottage with three beds and two baths. Inside the main house is a formal dining room, panelled office with fireplace, large two-storey living room opening to a chef’s kitchen with pizza oven, a games room with wet bar, media room and wine tasting room.
The property was then bought around 2010 by Bernadette Wolfswinkel - the ex-wife of disgraced Arizona property magnate Conley Wolfswinkel.
In 2012, it was put up for sale for $14.1 million and sold to a mysterious and extremely wealthy businessman around that time., Image: 490317678, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent their first Christmas with baby Archie in a $14.1 million waterfront Canadian mansion owned by a mystery multi-millionaire.
The couple were joined by Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland at one of the most idyllic spots on Vancouver Island.
The eight-bedroom gated estate boasts two beaches and views across the peninsula from the four-acre property.
Locals in the island’s rural community of North Saanich noticed cameras and fences erected at the property as early as December 19th, and the mansion is now swarming with security guards.
One officer from the couple’s royal protection team was spotted patrolling the roads dressed in a Barbour jacket and driving a black Range Rover, and two other British guards were seen flying out from nearby Victoria International Airport.
The French country-inspired mansion has a 11,416 square foot main house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms and a 2,349 square foot guest cottage with three beds and two baths. Inside the main house is a formal dining room, panelled office with fireplace, large two-storey living room opening to a chef’s kitchen with pizza oven, a games room with wet bar, media room and wine tasting room.
The property was then bought around 2010 by Bernadette Wolfswinkel - the ex-wife of disgraced Arizona property magnate Conley Wolfswinkel.
In 2012, it was put up for sale for $14.1 million and sold to a mysterious and extremely wealthy businessman around that time., Image: 490317668, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent their first Christmas with baby Archie in a $14.1 million waterfront Canadian mansion owned by a mystery multi-millionaire.
The couple were joined by Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland at one of the most idyllic spots on Vancouver Island.
The eight-bedroom gated estate boasts two beaches and views across the peninsula from the four-acre property.
Locals in the island’s rural community of North Saanich noticed cameras and fences erected at the property as early as December 19th, and the mansion is now swarming with security guards.
One officer from the couple’s royal protection team was spotted patrolling the roads dressed in a Barbour jacket and driving a black Range Rover, and two other British guards were seen flying out from nearby Victoria International Airport.
The French country-inspired mansion has a 11,416 square foot main house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms and a 2,349 square foot guest cottage with three beds and two baths. Inside the main house is a formal dining room, panelled office with fireplace, large two-storey living room opening to a chef’s kitchen with pizza oven, a games room with wet bar, media room and wine tasting room.
The property was then bought around 2010 by Bernadette Wolfswinkel - the ex-wife of disgraced Arizona property magnate Conley Wolfswinkel.
In 2012, it was put up for sale for $14.1 million and sold to a mysterious and extremely wealthy businessman around that time., Image: 490317670, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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