After reaching their limit with the backlash from the UK tabloids, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their plan to step back from their senior royal duties earlier this year. The decision allowed the couple to have some privacy and step away from the royal spotlight.

Although the Duke and Duchess of Sussex initially moved to Vancouver, they relocated to Los Angeles, where they will reportedly raise their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

However, the couple, who has been staying in Tyler Perry’s Beverly Hills home, has reportedly had trouble deciding which area they should settle in to. A source told the Daily Mirror that Adele has been giving the couple tips about the neighborhood.

“Adele’s just five minutes from Harry and Meghan, and they’ve swapped notes on the area. Adele loves the neighborhood. She’s also recommended her four-year-old son Angelo’s pre-school and discreet places to take Archie where they won’t be bombarded by fans,” the insider revealed.

“All three of them get on so well. Meghan admires how Adele has managed to keep out of the spotlight despite being a huge star. And she is a big fan of her album 21, which she says helped her through her divorce from Trevor Engelson.”

Meghan and Prince Harry’s housing dilemma comes amid outrage from UK taxpayers, who want the couple to pay back the money they spent on renovating Frogmore Cottage. During an appearance on Channel 5’s “Jeremy Vine Show,” Dawn Neesom insisted that it is time for the couple to pay up.

“Basically, they owe us £2.4million for the ‘tiny’ 10-bedroom Frogmore Cottage that taxpayers renovated. Why are we giving them terms on this? They’ve got between them millions in the bank. They’re paying millions to rent their mansion in LA at the moment,” the columnist said.

“Just give us the money back now. It’s not like the country doesn’t need it at the moment, is it?”

Although Meghan and Prince Harry did announce they planned to pay back the money spent on their UK home renovations, they didn’t reveal a specific date in which the money would be returned.