Meghan Markle and Prince Harry haven't resided in the U.S. for very long, but according to one resident, the duo "have got a bit of an attitude."
The resident said she and the other locals in the area are "curious" about their famous neighbors.
“They are interested. People want to see what they are doing. They do not have bad motives," they said.
Another resident couldn't care less about the duo moving to the West Coast. “There are people I know who are interested and curious about what they are doing," they said. “But I do not have any particular need to find out more about them.”
As The Royal Observer previously reported, the two are eyeing a new home in Hope Ranch, a private community 10 miles from their current luxurious mansion.
Despite dealing with break-ins and mountain lions roaming around, the two seem to be adjusting to their new area just fine.
"But, generally speaking, these days she likes higher-end hangouts like Cecconi’s, Sunset Tower, Sugarfish or Lucky’s steakhouse in Montecito, which was recommended to [Markle and Prince Harry] by Oprah [Winfrey]. It’s become their favorite, and they’re waited on hand and foot,” the source alleged of Harry and Meghan, who share kids Archie and Lilibet.
The former TV star, 41, "loves driving around L.A. to go to the same hiking trails that she used to visit back in the day, well off the beaten track,” the source shared. “Often she’ll head off just herself and the dogs, which gives her time to reflect.”
“She spends a fair amount of time at Oprah’s palatial house, where they’ll kick back with her closest friend, Gayle King, and talk about everything from Meghan’s future plans to what’s going on back in the UK and how Harry’s coping with everything,” the source continued.
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