Madonna thinks Canada is too boring for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, so she’s offering them her two-bed Central Park apartment in New York City. On Tuesday, Feb. 4, the pop star posted on social media a video of herself reaching out to the royal couple, asking them to forget Canada and move to NYC instead.

“Do Meghan and Prince Harry want to sublet my apartment on Central Park West??” she captioned her video. In the video, Madonna shared with her hairdresser her thoughts on why she believes New York is better than Canada. She then addressed Prince Harry and Meghan and told them that once they’re in the Big Apple, they could have the opportunity to rent out her $7.3-million apartment in the exclusive Central Park West.

“Don’t run off to Canada,” she said. “It’s so boring there,” she added. “Two bedrooms, it’s got the best views of Manhattan. Incredible balcony—I think that’s gonna be a winner, a deal breaker.”

“Buckingham Palace has got nothing on CPW. The view is much better for sure, not a bunch of guys in woolly hats,” Madonna also quipped.

Last month, Prince Harry and Meghan announced that they’re stepping down as senior members of the British royal family to split their time in the U.K. and North America and spend more time with their nine-month-old son, Archie. The couple did not provide specifics on where exactly they would settle down.

Shortly after their royal exit, Prince Harry and Meghan flew to Canada, where Meghan lived for seven years while filming the hit TV series “Suits.” It was also where the royal couple spent time over the Christmas holidays with Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland.

According to reports, Meghan and her son are currently staying in a $14-million mansion in North Saanich on Vancouver Island while waiting for Prince Harry’s return from the U.K. Harry is currently in Buckingham to finish some of his royal duties before he officially steps down.

Although Meghan seems to be enjoying their quiet time in Canada, it is still unclear whether the couple will settle into the same neighborhood for good.

Madonna Madonna attends the "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art of the In-Between" Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 1, 2017, in New York City. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for People.com