Madonna calls Canada ‘boring,’ offers NYC apartment to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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WATCH: In a video uploaded to her Instagram, Madonna offers Megan Markle and Prince Harry her apartment to sublet on Central Park West – Feb 4, 2020

Madonna has some advice for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and an offer they will most likely refuse.

The singer, while on a London stop of her Madame X tour, shared a video to Instagram recommending the duke and duchess forego their move to “boring” Canada and rent her Central Park apartment instead.

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“Hey, don’t run off to Canada. It’s so boring there,” she can be seen saying in a mirror backstage. “I’ll let them sublet my apartment in Central Park West. It’s a two bed, it’s got the best view in Manhattan. Incredible balcony.”

“That’s going to be a winner, a deal breaker.”

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The generous offer follows in the wake of Prince Harry and Markle’s announcement that they’d be stepping away from their royal duties, renouncing their Royal Highness titles and moving part-time to Canada.

While it’s believed they’ll be purchasing a home in Victoria on Vancouver Island, nothing is set in stone yet.

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Madonna calls Canada boring – Feb 5, 2020

Perhaps the 61-year-old finds Canada a bit boring after her near-arrest in 1990 during her Blond Ambition World Tour stop in Toronto.

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The Like A Virgin singer received multiple complaints from audience members at the previous evening’s show over her simulated masturbation while singing the hit song.

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Local police officials threatened to arrest the star on obscenity charges if she didn’t tone it down a notch.

In a scene of her 1991 documentary Madonna: Truth or Dare, she calls Toronto a “fascist state,” saying: “Remember that in the United States of America there is freedom of speech.”

At the beginning of her second night in Toronto that year, she asked: “Do you think I’m a bad girl? Do you think that I deserve to be arrested? I hope so.”

She wasn’t arrested at the end, despite not changing up her raunchy act one bit. No word yet on whether the semi-royals have replied to Madonna’s offer.

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