Despite living 5,000 miles apart from Prince William and Duchess Kate, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s gardens are strikingly similar.
The Montecito mansion was up for rent before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved in, and it was listed on the Giggster rental marketplace. The website featured a number of images that showed every aspect of the property, including the lovely garden.
The couple is shown in the photo with a stepped terrace area outside that has lawns, hedges, stone steps, and a willow archway in the middle. This area remarkably resembles the design of the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace.
Prince William, Duchess Kate, and their three kids can use the palace’s garden since they reside there in Apartment 1A.
Additionally, it is the garden where Princes William and Harry would have spent their childhood years while their parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana, lived at Kensington Palace.
Additionally, Harry and Meghan once spent a brief period of time living on the property in Nottingham Cottage.
The Sunken Garden served as the backdrop for their photo call at the palace when Harry and Meghan were first engaged, so it’s likely that Harry has a special affection for the space.
The walled garden has a patio area, flowerbeds, and lawns, and the entranceway features distinctive wicker arches.
Fans could also take in other features of Harry and Meghan’s impressive American home, which they share with their kids Archie and Lilibet, thanks to the Giggster listing.
For spending summer days outside, there is a breathtaking outdoor pool. Indoors, the family also has a fantastic games room and a very cool wine cellar.
Additionally, it’s been said that there’s a fantastic playground for kids somewhere else in the garden.