MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry reportedly want to make Los Angeles their new home – but only once Donald Trump's presidency ends, pals say.
Sources reveal the couple may make the move to Tinseltown if Trump isn't in power after it emerged they will be "stepping back" from their royal duties in the UK.
They are reportedly considering a move to LA and Toronto, as well as Vancouver Island where they spent the holidays in a luxury waterfront mansion.
Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, hope to plant roots and build their brand in her native LA, where Meghan's mom Doria Ragland, still lives, according to The Daily Mail.
But dedicated Democrat Megs – who rebuffed the president during his UK visit last April – is adamant they won't live on US soil while Trump rules the roost.
A source said: "It's by no means an immediate thing but there is a long-term plan to end up back in the US with a second home in Canada, where they will also spent a great deal of time.
"The couple used the words North America in their statement about where they planned to live deliberately. It doesn't pin them down to any one place."
The insider revealed no place would be ruled out as the UK and Canadian government reportedly enter negotiations about the future of the couple and eight-month-old Archie.
But Meghan has a strained relationship with Trump, who recently described her royal MEGXIT as "sad" and an affront to the Queen.
The former actress refused to meet Trump during his state visit to the UK last year and had previously blasted him as "misogynistic."
Meghan even vowed to up sticks and move to Canada if her chosen candidate Hilary Clinton didn't win the 2016 presidential election.
But the United States may be back on the table for the Duke and Duchess if Trump's campaign doesn't win out this time around.
Meghan has a lot of familial and personal ties to LA where she lived in stylish accommodation fit for a princess from 2011 to 2013.
The Duchess of Sussex owned the spacious colonial-style house in Hancock Park during her marriage to producer Trevor Engelson, reports TMZ.
After they split up, Meghan then moved to Toronto to star as paralegal Rachel Zane in Suits before meeting her handsome prince.
News of Meghan's reported Trump-intolerance comes after The Sun exclusively revealed Harry and his wife would be ditching England.
The Sussexes then issued a hasty statement announcing they would be "stepping back" from their senior royal roles.
Since the shocking news broke, Harry and Meghan's celebrity pals have rallied around them as they prepare to build a brand abroad.
But sources say they will do a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey as a "negotiating" tactic with the British Royal Family.
It is believed Meghan’s team has been in contact with ABC, NBC and CBS and celebrity chat show hosts like Oprah .
A royal source said Harry and Meghan's people were exploring "the possibilities of a sit-down warts-and-all interview."
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