Prince Harry has ‘given in’ to Meghan Markle as mother Doria 'set to move in' to California home

Prince Harry has ‘given in’ to Meghan Markle as mother Doria 'set to move in' to California home

WATCH NOW: Angela Levin reacts to Doria Ragland moving in with the Sussexes

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Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 12/01/2024

- 10:28

Updated: 12/01/2024

- 10:38

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle live with their children in a $14.7million mansion in Montecito

Prince Harry's mother-in-law is reported to be moving in with the royal couple, as Meghan Markle's ambitions for a career in Hollywood grow.

Doria Ragland, Meghan's mother, is set to make the Montecito mansion her home amid suggestions that the Duchess of Sussex will be hoping to secure deals in Los Angeles.

Ragland currently resides in the View Park-Windsor Hills neighbourhood of LA, but will reportedly be packing up her home and moving in with Harry and Meghan.

The mother of the Duchess will be on hand to look after her royal grandchildren, four-year-old Archie and two-year-old Lilibet.

Prince Harry and Doria Ragland

Meghan Markle's mother Doria is reportedly moving in to the Sussexes Montecito mansion


The royal couple have recently teased an array of new projects, with Meghan Markle telling the Variety Gala in late 2023 they are "very excited" about what's to come in 2024.

The tease comes amid reports that Meghan Markle's talent agency, WME, are "struggling" to secure new deals.

Detailing the reports on GB News, Royal Biographer Angela Levin claimed Meghan will feel "more comfortable" travelling to Los Angeles for work, if mother Doria is living in her home.

She added that the Duchess "wants to be where all of the actors are" to have a better chance of securing new deals.

Levin told host Mark Dolan: "Having her mother come in would be quite helpful, and Harry gets on with his mother-in-law very well.

"It's been a long time for Meghan's new PR people to be able to tie up some big deal, because she'll only take a deal where she's in charge and it's very important."

Mark questioned if Doria moving in would make the Duke of Sussex "outnumbered" in his own home, which Angela agreed, stating "it's two against one".

She added: "He's been outnumbered since he met Meghan and met her mother. He's given in, he walks behind them."

Angela Levin

Angela Levin says Doria may be moving in to Harry and Meghan's home while Meghan 'looks for work in LA'

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Levin continued: "He has no power. You don't feel that he's making decisions. The decisions come from Meghan.

"Maybe Meghan discusses them with her mother, or maybe she just tells her mother, but Harry as a shrunk in every single way.

"She writes his speeches, she tells him what to do. Pushing him here and there, moving him to different places like you might do with a child."

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