Meghan Markle's mum Doria has apparently moved in with her and Harry

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By Cosmopolitan
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry seem to be settling in LA after a brief stay in Canada - so much so that Meghan's mother Dora Ragland is said to have moved in with them to take care of little Archie Harrison.
The Royals are believed to live in actor Tyler Perry's $ 18 million estate until they find a more permanent home in Los Angeles. If the reports are true and they have eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and a swimming pool, it means that Megan's mother has more than enough room to join them.
A source told The Sun: "Doria has her own quarters, and while some of Harry's buddies have upset him for living with his mother-in-law, he has a brilliant relationship with her."
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Of course Doria already lived in LA, so it makes sense that she spends a lot of time with her daughter and grandson. She had previously stayed with the couple in Frogmore Cottage, Windsor, and moved in shortly before Archie's birth. You and Meghan are known to be very close.
Although Meghan and Harry are no longer Royals, they were very busy - they continued their community service through video calls (Meghan was recently seen caring for a young woman before an interview), and most recently shared a moving video message about Black Live Matter.
It must be a relief for them to have an extra pair of hands to help.
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