Palace fear Harry ‘will be very lonely’ now he and Meghan ‘plot California move’

Prince Harry and wife Meghan are thinking of moving to a celebrity-studded resort in California.

The couple are considering the millionaires’ playground of Montecito as the location for their dream home, an insider revealed.

Residents of the Santa Barbara County beauty spot beside the Pacific Ocean include chat show queen Oprah Winfrey and TV host Ellen DeGeneres, who have both spoken of their friendship with the couple.

And Meghan’s mother Doria Radlan lives just a 90-minute drive away in Hollywood.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been looking for a permanent base in North America since their decision to quit the Royal Family.

Another possible location is Toronto in Canada, where Meghan, 38, lived and worked when she was an actress.

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Last night she and Harry, 35, carried out their penultimate royal engagement when they attended the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Their arrival dazzled onlookers. The Prince donned his full Royal Marines ceremonial uniform for the last time as a working royal, while Meghan wore a floor-length red dress by Safiyaa, shoes by Aquzurra, a clutch bag by Manolo Blahnik and earrings by Simone Rocha.

The event was aimed at helping to raise money for the Royal Marines Charity and the children’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent.

Harry, who attended in his role as Captain General of the Marines, last week vowed to continue supporting the military after his royal life ends.

A royal source said: “The military is very important to both the Duke and the Duchess

"Harry cherishes his link with the Armed Forces and the Duchess has supported the services of the US and now the UK’s alongside her husband.

"It’s something they will both continue to do in the future.”

Harry and Meghan will attend their final royal engagement tomorrow when they join the Queen and other family members at Westminster Abbey to celebrate Commonwealth Day.

They are then expected to return to Canada within days.

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