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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will reside in a

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plan to attend the fourth Invictus Games in Sydney during their first real tour in Australia later this year.

And the Herald Sun revealed on Sunday that the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex will reside in a multi-million dollar "waterfront home". during your stay in the port city.

According to reports, royalty has enclosed an eight-room mansion in the eastern suburbs of Sydney with spectacular beachfront views, according to the publication.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will reside in a "multi-million dollar seaside home in Sydney" during their first real tour as newlyweds

It is said that the luxurious excavations of Harry and Meghan share a number of similarities with one of Sydney's most exclusive luxury properties: the $ 39 million Villa del Mare mansion at Point Piper, according to interior publication Inside Out.

The prestigious Villa del Mare is positioned to take full advantage of the panoramic views of Sydney Harbor.

The luxury residence has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, several living rooms, a bar and an infinity pool, all in 1500 square meters of land.

Villa del Mare: It is said that the luxurious excavations of Harry and Meghan share a series of similarities with one of the most exclusive luxury properties in Sydney: the $ 39 million Villa del Mare mansion in Point Piper, (pictured) the interior publication Inside Out

Villa del Mare: It is said that the luxurious excavations of Harry and Meghan share a series of similarities with one of the most exclusive luxury properties in Sydney: the $ 39 million Villa del Mare mansion in Point Piper, (pictured) the interior publication Inside Out

Villa del Mare: It is said that the luxurious excavations of Harry and Meghan share a series of similarities with one of the most exclusive luxury properties in Sydney: the $ 39 million Villa del Mare mansion in Point Piper, (pictured) the interior publication Inside Out

Royal Suite: the luxury residence has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, several living rooms, a bar and an infinity pool, all on 1500 square meters of land

Royal Suite: the luxury residence has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, several living rooms, a bar and an infinity pool, all on 1500 square meters of land

Royal Suite: the luxury residence has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, several living rooms, a bar and an infinity pool, all on 1500 square meters of land

Room with a view Royals will have the possibility to visit one of the most beautiful natural harbors in the world, since you can see a full view of the Sydney coastline in almost every room

Room with a view Royals will have the possibility to visit one of the most beautiful natural harbors in the world, since you can see a full view of the Sydney coastline in almost every room

Room with a view Royals will have the possibility to visit one of the most beautiful natural harbors in the world, since you can see a full view of the Sydney coastline in almost every room

The patios of the mansions and the well-tended gardens have been designed with a Mediterranean touch.

Royalty will have the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful natural harbors in the world, since you can see a full view of the Sydney coastline in almost every room.

In a brief press release published in June, Kensington Palace announced plans for the first official visit of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Australia and New Zealand.

Endless views of Sydney Harbor: the courtyards of the mansions and the manicured gardens have been designed with a Mediterranean touch

Endless views of Sydney Harbor: the courtyards of the mansions and the manicured gardens have been designed with a Mediterranean touch

Endless views of Sydney Harbor: the courtyards of the mansions and the manicured gardens have been designed with a Mediterranean touch

Outdoor opulence: the prestigious Villa del Mare is positioned to take full advantage of the panoramic views of the Sydney Harbor

Outdoor opulence: the prestigious Villa del Mare is positioned to take full advantage of the panoramic views of the Sydney Harbor

Outdoor opulence: the prestigious Villa del Mare is positioned to take full advantage of the panoramic views of the Sydney Harbor

The royal newlyweds will follow in the footsteps of Harry's parents, Charles and Diana, whose first royal tour as a couple also went to Australia and New Zealand.

The couple will visit places in Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand.

The newlyweds Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced plans to visit Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand this October

The newlyweds Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced plans to visit Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand this October

The newlyweds Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced plans to visit Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand this October

This will be the first overseas tour for the newlyweds and will coincide with the fourth Invictus Games to be held in Sydney at the end of October.

The games are part of the romantic story of Harry and Meghan, as the couple was famous during their first public appearance at the Invictus Trials in Toronto in 2017.

Prince Harry is also a sponsor of the event.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in the Chapel of St. George in Windsor in May

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in the Chapel of St. George in Windsor in May

The couple announced their commitment in November 2017

The couple announced their commitment in November 2017

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in St. George's Chapel in Windsor in May (left, on their wedding day and right, in the official announcement of their engagement)

Harry and Meghan have been invited to Australia and New Zealand by the respective governments of the countries, while royalty will visit Fiji and Tonga at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, according to the official statement of the Kensington Palace.

The tour will be a particularly important milestone for the Duchess of Sussex, as she establishes herself in her role as half of one of the most talked about couples in the world.

While the Palace assured that the specific details of the trip will be announced shortly, duties for the happy couple could include daily engagements with dignitaries and government officials, tree planting and attendance at opening ceremonies.

It is rumored that the couple was invited to events such as Everest at the Royal Randwick in Sydney, the richest turf race in the world, the Hunter Valley and a polo tournament in Melbourne.

The trip comes just over four years after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Australia and New Zealand, when Prince William and Kate Middleton spent 18 days in the region covering a grand total of 23,701 miles.

Charles and the deceased Diana spent 41 days abroad on their 1983 tour.

Doing it your way: Harry and Meghan are widely regarded as portraying a more modern image of the royal family (pictured on the way to the bridal reception of the night at Frogmore House, Windsor)

Doing it your way: Harry and Meghan are widely regarded as portraying a more modern image of the royal family (pictured on the way to the bridal reception of the night at Frogmore House, Windsor)

Prince Charles and Lady Diana made their first overseas tour famous throughout the region of Australia and New Zealand in 1983

Prince Charles and Lady Diana made their first overseas tour famous throughout the region of Australia and New Zealand in 1983

Doing it your way: Harry and Meghan are widely regarded as portraying a more modern image of the royal family (pictured, on the way to the bridal reception of the night at Frogmore House, Windsor); Prince Charles and Lady Diana (right) made their first overseas tour in the entire region of Australia and New Zealand in 1983

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