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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry face £100,000 ‘council tax’ bill on their £11m luxury California mansion

CAUSE Harry and Meghan Markle face a council tax bill of more than £100,000 for their mansion.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had to pay two bills of £51,978, totaling £103,995, the documents reveal.

Harry and Meghan face £100,000 higher council tax bill

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Harry and Meghan face £100,000 higher council tax billCredit: Mega Dealer
Their mansion in California, USA, is estimated to be worth 19.4 million pounds

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Their mansion in California, USA, is estimated to be worth 19.4 million poundsCredit: Google Maps

The fee is twice what experts estimate and is based on the value of their mansion in California, USA, Sunday Mirror reported.

They bought the nine-bed, 13-bath home for around £11.5 million in June 2020.

Harry and Meghan’s first payment is due on December 10 and the second is February 1, with a 10% penalty on any unpaid bills by April 11.

A source said: “The bill is a big sum of money but it is a peanut in relation to their income.”

The property was bought for £17 million by Russian businessman Sergey Grishin a decade before the Sussexes.

Experts say the Tuscan-style mansion is now worth £19.4m.

It’s 80 miles north of LA with a library, gym, movie room, spa, swimming pool, tennis court, guesthouse and playground for Harry and Meghan’s children Archie, two, and Lilibet, eight months age.

Harry, 37, also faced a huge income tax bill in April, now residing in the US.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17783469/meghan-harry-council-tax-california/ Meghan Markle and Prince Harry face £100,000 ‘council tax’ bill on their £11m luxury California mansion

Dais Johnston

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