ADELE has been giving Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “discreet” advice on settling into life in Beverley Hills, it has been reported.
The 32-year-old singer now lives just five minutes from the couple and has even recommended a school for their son, Archie. According to the Mirror, the trio has struck up a friendship with Adele often stopping by their £14.5 million mansion to say hello. She has even suggested discreet local places for them to spend time as a family without getting recognised.
The singer lives nearby in a mansion she bought for £7.7 million in 2016.
It is believed they first bonded while visiting a community kitchen for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, in December 2018.
A source told the Mirror: “Adeles just five minutes from Harry and Meghan and theyve swapped notes on the area.
“Adele loves the neighbourhood. Shes also recommended her four-year-old son Angelos pre-school and discreet places to take Archie where they wont be bombarded by fans.
“Meghan and Harry want to see how they get on in the area first before they commit to buying somewhere.”
This is Meghans first time living in Beverley Hills, having previously lived nearby — she was raised in LA and lived on Hollywoods Sunset Strip when married to film producer Trevor Engelson.
The source added: “Meghan Markle admires how Adele has managed to keep out of the spotlight despite being a huge star.”
In 2011, Adele previously joked to Glamour magazine she was “after” Prince Harry because his love of partying would be a “right laugh”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have called the Beverley Hills mansion home since moving to the area at the end of March.
They are currently staying in the eight-bedroom home of film producer Tyler Perry.
It is not known if they are paying rent, but there is no record of the mansion having been sold.
Although they have not been seen in public with Mr Perry, they are believed to have met him through their mutual close friend Oprah Winfrey.
The Tuscan-style villa sits on 22 acres in the exclusive Beverley Ridge Estates gate-guarded community.
They had been staying at a waterfront home in Vancouver Island since announcing they were stepping down from their royal duties in January but traveled to America after Canada announced it would be restricting access at its borders.
The couple has been spotted a handful of times since moving to LA, volunteering for a local charity dropping off food for locals and taking their dogs out for a walk.