If you’re a big fan of Prince Harry, then there’s some pretty exciting news coming your way and it’s nothing like anyone ever expected to hear!
It was only a matter of time before the world’s most favorite red-headed bachelor found his one true love. No one could have ever anticipated he’d find a companion in the arms of an American actress, but that’s just how funny love can be sometimes. It has a way of never turning out quite like how most planned.
After a brief time of dating, Harry knew he wanted to make Meghan Markle his wife and the two planned their grand day. It was certainly everything they could have dreamt of and so much more!
Less than a year after the wedding, they proudly welcomed their first child into the world and from then on, everything changed. Harry finally had blossomed into the man he’d always wanted to be - a devoted father and husband.
Since his wilder days are long in the past, he’s likely done a bit of “clean up work” to get rid of things he no longer needs. One of these things just so happens to be something YOU could get your hands on...for a pretty penny, that is.
It was recently announced that Prince Harry has made the decision to place his vacation villa in Barbados on the market for good. This grand escape comes with a whopping 20,000 square-foot villa that’s surrounded by lush, tropical greenery and jaw-dropping views of the Caribbean Sea.
The 10-bedroom, 10-bathroom villa rather secluded and also comes with its very own beach, fitness center, stunning gardens, and on-site security. If you don’t seem to have enough room for your company, it also comes with a guest cottage as well.
What’s more, it’s said that “the future owner of this cliff-top home can explore the three championship golf courses, boutiques, and restaurants.” You also get 19 full-time staffed employees at your disposal as well.
What does it take to get this luxurious piece of paradise owned by none other than THE Prince Harry? Why a simple $40 million will have you it in no time at all. How crazy would that be to visit - much less own - property that such royal has owned as well?