Meghan Markle now lives with Prince Harry in a cottage on the Kensington Palace grounds in London, but a different cottage where she reportedly lived while filming Suits in Toronto just hit the market.
This three-bedroom, two-bathroom home on a quiet street in the Seaton Village neighborhood of the Canadian city has been identified by the Huffington Post as the rental that Markle called home when she filmed the USA Network television show. The house is owned by stylist Elizabeth Cabral and her husband, Kevin O'Neill, according to the Toronto Star.
Broker Daniel Freeman declined to comment to Town & Country, explaining that the sellers had asked him "not to engage with the media." But three days ago, Freeman told the Globe and Mail, "There are no traces of royalty in the house, except that it's a very fine residence ... she had good taste."
Prince Harry used to visit Markle in Toronto, and Jennifer Hunter, head of the Seaton Village Residents Association, told the Globe and Mail, "People were getting super irritated with the paparazzi, not because of idling cars, [but] because they felt she deserved privacy."
Hunter added that locals swear Markle and Prince Harry dressed up in costumes for Halloween 2016 and toured the neighborhood, although she couldn't confirm the story herself.
A sign posted on the door says that prospective buyers will need to show photo identification before viewing the property.
The home includes an eat-in kitchen "with walk-out to professionally landscaped garden retreat," a "spacious, light-filled living/dining space, and a "fully finished basement area perfectly suited for family time," according to the listing.
More interior photos are shown on the listing page, but it likely looks quite different than when Markle lived there. For that, let's turn to the actress's Instagram account:
For $1,395,000, the almost-royal residence could now be yours.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.