Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 17: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend the athletics event during the Invictus Games at Zuiderpark on April 17, 2022 in The Hague, Netherlands. Karwai Tang/WireImage


  • Meghan Markle shared that Prince Harry's favorite fast food restaurant is In-N-Out
  • She revealed that they would often stop by one of its locations before heading home
  • The couple relocated to Montecito, California, in 2020 after relinquishing their royal duties

Prince Harry is a big fan of In-N-Out Burger, according to his wife Meghan Markle.

In an exclusive interview with Variety's Matt Donnelly, the 41-year-old Duchess of Sussex revealed that her husband, 38, loves eating at the fast-food restaurant — a favorite in California, where the couple now lives with their two children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1.

"My husband's favorite is In-N-Out," Markle shared in the interview when asked who takes the most snack breaks between them. "There's one at the halfway point between L.A. and our neck of the woods. It's really fun to go through the drive-thru and surprise them. They know our order."

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex relocated to Montecito, California, over two years ago after announcing their decision to step back from royal duties and work to become financially independent.

Since then, the couple has been living in their $14.65 million Montecito mansion, a home they instantly fell in love with at first sight.

"We did everything we could to get this house. Because you walk in and go," the duchess shared in an interview with The Cut that was released in August, taking a deep inhale. "Joy. And exhale. And calm. It's healing. You feel free."

Markle also revealed that while looking into the suburban area, they initially resisted going to visit the house, even if it kept "popping up online in searchers." She said that she and Prince Harry were jobless at the time and felt that they couldn't afford the estate, which includes a 7.38-acre garden, a massive swimming pool, a wine cellar and a separate guest house.

"We didn't have jobs, so we just were not going to come and see this house. It wasn't possible. It's like when I was younger and you're window shopping — it's like, I don't want to go and look at all the things that I can't afford. That doesn't feel good," she explained to the magazine.

Eventually, the couple gave in and toured the house. Markle said they immediately fell in love with the Tuscan-themed property and purchased it after reportedly closing a $25 million deal with music streaming platform Spotify, where the Duchess recently released her "Archetypes" podcast, and a $100 million Netflix deal under their catchall company, Archewell.

Prince Harry and Markle run the company in the comforts of their shared home office despite beliefs that living and working together might not be a good idea while raising a family.

"Most people that I know and many of my family, they aren't able to work and live together," Prince Harry said, according to The Cut. "It's actually really weird because it'd seem like a lot of pressure. But it just feels natural and normal."

Prince Harry and Markle are preparing for the release of their yet-to-be-titled documentary series, produced by Netflix and Archewell Productions. The project was expected to premiere in December after "The Crown" Season 5, but it was pushed back to next year, Deadline reported.

An unnamed source told the outlet that the decision to delay the highly anticipated docuseries was due to the negative front-page stories and criticisms of the latest season of "The Crown" following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Sept. 8.

The Duke and Duchess reportedly also requested to edit out parts of the docuseries and "tone down" some of the content about the senior royals, Page Six reported.

The couple and the streaming company have yet to announce an official release date or address the reports about the docuseries.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and Archbishop Desmond Tutu
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA - SEPTEMBER 25: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and their baby son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu at the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation during their royal tour of South Africa on September 25, 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa. Toby Melville - Pool/Getty Images