Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
Prince Harry Praises Princess Diana Days After Camilla Named Future Queen Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Global Citizen

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might be in danger. A new flood map has revealed that their Los Angeles mansion worth 11 million pounds ($1,45,17,360) could be at risk of a killer mudslide.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's nine-bedroom mansion is in the center of a predicted mudslide path, according to a Storm Impact Consideration Map from the Montecito Fire Protection District, reported The Sun. The two purchased the house in Montecito, Santa Barbara, in 2020 which was two years after torrential rain caused devastation in the area. The storm killed 23 people and wrecked 130 homes in the area.

Even though the tragedy took place years ago, Mirror reported that the threat still remains today. The map shows Harry and Meghan's seven-acre estate in a predicted mudslide path. John Frye, of the Santa Barbara Flood Control District, warned, “It’s not if it happens again, it’s when.”

After wildfires destroyed much of the vegetation that protects the hilly land around the village, the potential for mudslides in the area continues to rise. In late 2017, wildfires ruined Santa Barbara County destroying more than 1,000 structures and causing $2.2 billion of damage.

Terry Cunningham, a former owner of the Sussexes’ mansion, said that their place "wasn’t touched during the mudslides but it’s near enough to the creek that you’d pay attention if it happened again.” Montecito Fire Chief Kevin Taylor also warned that people in the area are "still at risk for debris flow and will be for a couple of years.”

Last month, Hello! magazine apparently spotted Harry and Meghan's favorite location in their mansion. The couple often film in a few spaces throughout their mansion, but one space they come back to time and time again is their office on the ground floor.

Last month, to mark National #HIVTestingWeek, Harry joined hands with Tackle HIV to raise awareness around the issue. He vowed to be committed to his late mother's (Princess Diana) unfinished work for the cause. Harry chose to have the chat in the downstairs office, and it could be that it's the easiest spot for virtual appearances.

The home office has been decorated with a black and white artwork and a large potted tree, which is placed next to two large windows. They have a large bear artwork in the space, and the animal is shown hugging a sign that reads "California" and has the words "I Love You California" printed underneath. It shows how happy Harry and Meghan are in their home in the US.

When it was the former actress' 40th birthday last August, she offered up a more telling look inside her workspace.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Global Citizen Live on Sept. 25, 2021 in New York City. Photo by NDZ/Star Max/GC Images

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