Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry don't make many public appearances these days, but they'vestepped out for dinner to celebrate David Foster and Katharine McPhee's pregnancy news.
- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined their friends at Lucky’s Steakhouse in California, where they celebrated the news, according to the Daily Mail.
- Meghan looked chic in leather trousers teamed with a neutral camel jumper and trench coat.
- In other royal news, Sophie Wessex debuts striking mask and coat combo during her latest royal engagement.
Why did Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry step out?
Duchess Meghan and Harry joined David Foster and Katharine McPhee to celebrate their baby news over dinner in Montecito, California.
In pictures obtained by the Daily Mail, Harry and Meghan could be seen walking hand in hand in the restaurant’s parking area.
This is their first outing since it was reported that Meghan and Harry have bought their first family home in the area.
The couple spent £11.2 million on the property in Santa Barbara, which will be their main home with son Archie.
The news was confirmed by a representative for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
They told HELLO! that they moved in in July, and that,”They have settled into the quiet privacy of their community since their arrival and hope that this will be respected for their neighbours, as well as for them as a family.”
The couple’s home is reportedly situated in Montecito, Santa Barbara, where they went out for dinner this week.
The location which is widely popular among Hollywood’s rich and famous, as it is renowned for its privacy.
In fact, the neighbourhood is full of secluded hillside estates, to ensure even your neighbours are at a significant distance.
Harry and Meghan’s home in particular is placed on a private road with a lengthy driveway and of course, giant security gates.
According toTMZ, the property is 18,000 square feet on five acres of land.
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