Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have left their neighbours "super annoyed "due to the influx of paparazzi and tourists surrounding the area.
The couple, who moved to Santa Barbara, California, brought extra attention with them and neighbours aren't too pleased, reports TMZ.
Montecito residents have been forced to adjust to a "new normal" since the royal couple moved.
Although the duo haven't been spotted out, paparazzi are keen to hunt them down.
Despite moving to the area to get away from the cameras, the couple are still being followed.
Helicopters can also be seen surrounding their home along with an increase in the number of tourists visiting the area.
Celebrities such as the Kardashians and Oprah chose the region as it is known for being secluded – but since the duo arrived, this has changed.
TMZ reported "most locals" are "super annoyed" and claim they told the outlet "they want the paps to give it a rest, because they feel things are getting to the point where everyone's privacy is being compromised."
A shot of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on the beach near their new home in Santa Barbara could be worth a whopping $250,000, it has been claimed.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex surprisingly announced earlier this month that they had left Los Angeles and moved to a home in Santa Barbara worth a reported £11m.
Last week we reported that their plush new pad had already been found by the paparazzi.
And now we can reveal the lucrative shot they will be aiming for.
Mark Karloff, a Los Angeles-based photographer who has been snapping celebrities for more than a decade, said shots of the royal couple on the beach will be highly sought after.
He claimed they could even have a value of at least $250,000 (£188,000).
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