This is the incredible £5.4m mansion that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly 'eyeing up' for a potential US move.
The Malibu home, called Petra Manor, would bring the royal couple closer to Meghan's mum, Doria Ragland, who is only around 30 miles away.
The five-bedroom property boasts a tennis court, wine cellar swimming pool and impressive grounds.
Meghan and Harry originally said they would split their time between north America and the UK when they announced their decision to step down as senior royals.
Pictures taken inside Petra Manor show a spacious, luxurious home with plush furnishings.
It comes with a modern bar area, with a marble counter, stools and shakers and tools to make cocktails with.
The property's home cinema is decorated in all-black with beds, comfortable armchairs and sofas.
A glamorous brick wine cellar is also part of the mansion, with enough shelves to hold hundreds of bottles.
One of the bedrooms opens out onto a balcony, overlooking the garden terraces.
The sleek open plan kitchen has two marble-topped islands and a wooden floor, along with a bench and sofas.
The property also comes with a large outdoor swimming pool and loungers.
Mail Online revealed that the royal couple are eyeing the home.
Caitlyn Jenner previously let slip that Prince Harry and Meghan were considering a move to Malibu when she appeared on Loose Women.
Petra Manor was previously owned by Baywatch star David Charvet and his wife Brooke Burke.
Earlier this month Harry spoke at an event sponsored by another big bank, JP Morgan, in Miami about having therapy and his struggles to deal with his mother’s death.
The Sussexes were both at the JP Morgan The Alternative Investment Summit being hosted at the swanky £4,500-a-night 1 Hotel in Miami’s South Beach, however the Mirror understands only Harry spoke.
A source told the New York Post: “It was all very hush-hush, with a lot of security."
The wantaway royals rubbed shoulders with a-list celebrities and business leaders at the star-studded event, including Bob Kraft, Alex Rodriguez and Magic Johnson.
Harry, who was welcomed on stage by his wife, spoke movingly about his mental health struggles following his mother's death in 1997.
A source said: "Harry spoke about mental health and how he has been in therapy for the past few years to try to overcome the trauma of losing his mother."
It is not yet known how much they were paid for the event - but it is believed to have earned them between $500,000 and $1million.
Some experts have speculated that Meghan alone could make $100million (£77m) this year if she accepts lucrative commercial and speaking deals.
Bill and Hilary Clinton raked in an estimated $153million (£118m) in speech fees from 2001 until 2016, believed to work out at an estimated $225,000 per engagement.