In New Brunswick, Canada is a little town called Sussex, and the mayor has invited the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to make the quaint location their new home.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have announced they are resigning as senior members of the Royal Family, with plans to relocate to Canada, where Meghan lived for years while working on hit TV show Suits.
The duchess and son Archie are currently in Vancouver, with Prince Harry expected to join them in the coming days.
Now Marc Thorne, the Mayor of Sussex, has publicly suggested the royals call his town their new home, telling CBC's 22 Minutes it would be a "great fit" given their royal titles.
"They're already the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, we happen to be Sussex, they're gonna spend half their year in Canada, why not spend it right here?" he said.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have previously visited the town in 2002.
"I think for the half hour she was here, I think she had a great time," Mayor Thorne said of the monarch's visit.
Sussex is located in south central New Brunswick on the east coast of Canada, between the province's three largest cities, Saint John, Moncton, and Fredericton.
It straddles the Kennebecasis River and is a major dairy product producer in the province.
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