Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been visiting George and Amal Clooney’s mansion on the banks of Lake Como, Italian media have reported
The royal couple are understood to be close friends with the couple and Meghan and Amal have shared a stylist since TV star Meghan moved to Britain to be with Harry
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The Duke and Duchess and the Clooneys are understood to be close friends and Meghan and Amal are both said to use celebrity stylist Miguel Perez.
The Clooneys were among the 200 guests who partied the night away at Frogmore House to celebrate the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding earlier this year.
Hollywood heartthrob George is said to have danced with Meghan at the reception.
Prince Harry and George Clooney are said to have played basketball at the lavish retreat
The Clooneys were among the celebrity guests at the royal wedding in Windsor this year
Speculation continues that Meghan is planning on flying to California to meet Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, who is believed to be on the verge of moving to England to be near her actress daughter.
Meghan, 37, is said to have no plans to see her father, Thomas Markle, who lives just 150-miles away from Doria.
Mr Markle, 74, has given a string of interviews criticising royals in recent months and says he has been ‘frozen out’ by the Royal Family, who he’s likened to Scientologists.
Clooney, 57, fell in love with Italy and purchased the villa, located in the village of Laglio, in 2002.
At the time, the actor paid £10million (€11.7 million) for Villa Oleandra which came with 25 rooms, an outdoor theater, a swimming pool and a garage to house all of his motorcycles.
The royal couple have made a series of public appearances since the wedding in May
The Clooneys reportedly hosted a meal attended by around 15 guests on the royal couple’s final night at the lakeside villa
The luxurious estate also has a tennis court, a full gym, landscaped gardens, ornately carved ceilings, massive bathrooms, a separate ‘pizza room’, and an amazing constructed wall to keep the lake from pouring directly into the house.
Lake Como is known for its expensive celebrity homes and one of Clooney’s neighbours is celebrity fashion designer Donatella Versace.
The presence of Clooney led to the local council approving an ad hoc regulation to protect Hollywood star’s privacy.
Clooney is known for sharing his multiple luxury homes around the world with friends during special occasions. Last summer, David Beckham stayed in his villa with his family.
A spokesman for Prince Harry declined to comment on the reports.
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