Meghan raved about her favourite Toronto hot spots on her now-defunct lifestyle blog, The Tig, and in interviews before she joined the royal family, and her closest friend, stylist Jessica Mulroney lives just over a kilometre away with her husband and three children.
Earlier this week, a source indicated to DailyMail.com that the royal couple had bought a $15 million CAD ($16.8 million AUD) eight-bedroom property dating from the 1920s, complete with its own 5,000-bottle wine cellar, infinity pool and spa
The lavish 17,000 sq ft home is cross of traditional and modern décor and boasts nine bathrooms, a state-of-the-art gym, bar, media room and staff quarters.
However, a Canadian real estate agent who sold the home on behalf of Christie's International Real Estate appeared to pour cold water on the royal theory, taking to Instagram to state that Harry and Meghan had not bought the property.
'There has been much speculation over the past couple of weeks as to whether or not 30 Rosedale Road was sold to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. As a result of this rumor, we have received many inquiries from the media and fellow Torontonians asking if in fact, the rumor is true. As agents representing the Seller in this sale, [we] can formally confirm that the Royal Couple are NOT the buyers. We hope @sussexroyal are able to find a home as fine as 30 Rosedale Road and wish them all the best with their search.'
She then hashtagged the post: '#NOT #THE #BUYER.'
Earlier this week it was claimed that Prince harry is in talks with banking giant Goldman Sachs in what is being touted as a "$2 billion deal".
The Mirror reports that discussions with the Duke of Sussex began in November, which shows that Megxit had been on the couple's minds weeks before they quit.
A PR guru told the British paper that the move could earn them £1 billion, almost $2 billion, in corporate deals and brand ambassador roles.
If it all goes to plan, Harry will be following in the footsteps of David Beckham and Gwyneth Paltrow.