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New photos reveal Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s swanky California digs

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got plenty for the $14.7 million that they plunked down for their new California home.

Never-seen-before photos, from a now-deleted listing on the rental site Giggster, show a mansion that was appropriately billed as an “Italian villa,” complete with stone pillared entry gates and sculpted hedges.

Lush greenery is everywhere — manicured lawns, Italian cypress trees, 100-year-old olive trees, blooming lavender and tiered rose gardens. Also on the grounds are a tennis court, a children’s cottage and a guest house.

Inside is a library lined with built-in shelves, an office, a spa with a separate dry and wet sauna, a gym with a stripper pole, a game room, an arcade, a theater, a wine cellar and a five-car garage.

One real estate agent who spent an hour there described the 5.4-acre estate as a place “designed for someone who never wants to leave home,” the outlet reported.

The guest house has two bedrooms and two baths — an ideal setup for Meghan’s mother, Doria, who is a doting grandmother to year-old Archie.

No one is quite sure who owned the home, but speculation swirling at the time of the August sale tagged Russian tycoon Sergey Grishin. The purchase price was more than $25 million in 2009.

Estate agent Brett Buschbom told the Daily Mail: “I went through this house and an hour later I’m coming out like ‘Wow,’ the whole bottom floor felt like a resort with steam room, massage room, sauna, Jacuzzi, full bar, arcade and one of the most amazing wine cellars and that was just the basement.”

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This Is Us Boss, Cast Tease Season 5 Premiere’s ‘Come to Jesus Moment’ and the Event That Just Might Reunite Kevin and Randall

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Each season of NBC’s This Is Us plays out approximately in real time: We watch the Pearsons’ lives from the Fall through the Spring, then meet up with them again a few months later in both our lives and theirs. Going into Season 5, that means the seminal events of Summer 2020 — the surge of the Black Lives Matter movement, international protests of police brutality, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — will have played out off-screen… but we’ll definitely see their presence in the Pearson family’s life, the show’s cast and creator say.

On that note, “Randall has a really interesting come-to-Jesus moment in these first two episodes that we’ll see on Tuesday that I think is fascinating,” he added.

Brown — as well as his co-stars Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, Susan Kelechi Watson, Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley and Chris Sullivan and executive producer Dan Fogelman — spoke to reporters as part of an NBC-hosted panel Friday. In addition to how Randall’s family would handle the events of the past seven months, the conversation covered other Season 5-relevant topics, including:

MOORE’S REAL-LIFE PREGNANCY | Moore didn’t consult Fogelman when planning to start a family, she said, laughing, but both the actress and EP noted that her current pregnancy would not affect Rebecca’s storyline this season. “We haven’t really adjusted our plan. We’re just going to work Mandy right… to go-time,” he said, adding with a laugh: “I mean, there may be a brief period, though, where you don’t see a lot of old Rebecca on the show, because she would have some really complicated explaining to do.”

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION | When the Big Three are at the cabin in the premiere, prepare to settle in. “We’re spending a lot of time in the family cabin this year, by design,” Fogelman previewed.

THE END APPROACHING? | When pressed about whether Season 6 will be the show’s swan song, as Fogelman has said in the past, the EP laughed heartily. “NBC doesn’t like when I… I drop through the floor if I talk about it too literally,” he joked. Still, “Our plan has not changed for the show,” he said. “My plan has not changed.”

In addition to everything listed above , Season 5 of the drama will dig into Randall’s past on a mater “connected to family again,” Sterling K. Brown told TVLine earlier in 2020. (In one recent promo, the poor guy even wonders if the date he celebrates as his birthday is a lie.) Upcoming episodes also will delve into the reasons why Kate originally started using food as a coping mechanism “because she’s been through some things that we don’t know yet,” Chrissy Metz has previewed.

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The Wait will come to an End as ‘Virgin River’ is Set to Arrive in November 2020! Check Full Details Below

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Virgin River is a Netflix Original romantic-drama series similar to what you’d probably observe on Hallmark dependent on the books of a similar name by writer Robyn Carr. The creation of the series has been taken care of via Sea To Sky Productions ULC., with the entirety of the shooting occurring in place of Canada.

The romantic drama Virgin River was a hit for Netflix in its first season, and in addition to the fact that we know season two is in transit, however, we additionally have a delivery date! The new bunch of scenes will drop on Nov. 27, the Friday in the wake of Thanksgiving

Season one of Virgin River was released on Netflix on December 9th, 2019.

In Virgin River, Melinda “Mel” Monroe moves to the nominal far off California town to work for Tim Matheson’s “Doc” Mullins as a birthing specialist and medical attendant professional — and to get an excruciating past behind her. Mel before long acknowledged, notwithstanding, that she should figure out how to grapple with herself and her past before she can really make Virgin River her home.

The series was an instant hit for Netflix right from the time it got released. Virgin River grabbed the audience with its concept on the streaming platform. Robynn Carr spoke to the Washington Post and said: “It’s so exciting to be a part of the romance genre movement taking place in Hollywood” adding “I’ve been telling my readers to think of it as a brand new ‘Virgin River’ adventure with your favorite characters.”

Virgin River likewise stars Martin Henderson as bar owner/previous Marine Jack Sheridan, Annette O’Toole as Mayor Hope McCrea, Lauren Hammersley, Colin Lawrence, Grayson Gurnsey, and Sarah Dugdale.

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Jay-Z Is Breaking Into The Cannabis Business With The New Brand Monogram

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Last year, Jay-Z announced he was partnering with California-based cannabis company Caliva as its Chief Brand Strategist. In the role, the rapper assisted with brand and marketing strategies and placed a lot of focus on social justice issues surrounding the industry. Now taking things one step further, Jay Z has launched his very-own brand of cannabis.

Jay’s new brand, named Monogram, is grown in small batches to allow control over flavor and potency. According to their website, Monogram seeks to “redefine what cannabis means to consumers today” with “careful strain selection, meticulous cultivation practices, and uncompromising quality.”

The celebrate the brand’s launch, Jay has released a new playlist on his Tidal streaming platform titled Sounds From The Grow Room. The playlist features music from well-known stoners like Bob Marley, Outkast, and Rihanna.

Previously speaking about working with Caliva, Jay said: “Anything I do, I want to do correctly and at the highest level. With all the potential in the cannabis industry, Caliva’s expertise and ethos make them the best partners for this endeavor. We want to create something amazing, have fun in the process, do good, and bring people along the way.”

Jay Z is far from the first rapper to dive into the cannabis industry. Others like Drake, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, and Run The Jewels have their own cannabis strains and products that can be purchased at dispensaries across the country.

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