Meghan Markle and Prince Harry can buy a mansion in Los Angeles for a bargain because of the coronavirus lockdown, an expert has said.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently staying in a rented property in Meghan's home city with baby Archie.
But with the current pandemic affecting property prices, housing experts have said the couple may use this time to buy in an exclusive gated community for millionaires for far cheaper than normal.
Brentwood County Estates, Beverly Park, Mulholland Estates, the Summit and Beverly Ridge have all been listed as potential gated developments for the ex-royal family.
Josh Altman, a property expert from Million Dollar Listing, said the couple can "lowball" their way into an exclusive estate during the current lockdown in Los Angeles.
He said he expected they would look for a gated community for added security.
Speaking to Page Six, he added: "The market, in general, is great for buyers, you'll get a great deal over the next six months.
"If you're looking to spend $10 to $20 million (£8.1 to £16.2 million), there are five or six gated communities that are perfect."
Josh, who didn't say if he was working with the ex-royals, added: "The Palisades, while it's an amazing community, doesn't have guard-gated communities with property values north of $10 million (£8.1 million)."
It comes as Meghan shared an adorable video with Archie to mark his first birthday.
The clip, showing the mum reading to her young son, was posted on Save the Children's UK Instagram account.
Meghan, Harry and Archie are set to split their time between the UK and US, as the couple plan their next project.
They sensationally stepped down from their royal duties at the start of the year and left the UK for Canada where they stayed until the coronavirus lockdown saw them move again to the United States.
There has since been much speculation about where they might live and what their next project will be.
Last week, it was rumoured Meghan's mum wanted to move in with her and Harry as they eyed up a £10 million mansion in the exclusive Pacific Palisades region of LA.
A pal of the duchess also said Meghan wanted her second child to be born in the US.
In April, the couple were pictured delivering meals to vulnerable residents stuck at home due to the lockdown.