Prince Harry and Meghan Markle warned a mountain lion is on the loose near their £11m home after black bear scare

WORRIED Harry and Meghan have been told there is a mountain lion on the loose near their home — days after a bear was seen prowling the neighbourhood.

The big cat, also known as a cougar, roared at a pet German shepherd in a garden less than two miles from the Sussexes’ £11million mansion in Montecito, California.

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Owner Miles Hartfeld said experts from the County of Santa Barbara Fish and Wildlife Commission studied grass regurgitation found nearby.

Miles’ fiancée Gretchen Lieff said: “The wildlife biologist said it came from a cat and it was too large for a bobcat.”

A lion is believed to have killed prey in a nearby garden in August.

The Sun told yesterday how a wild bear was spotted prowling near Meghan and Harry’s £11million California mansion in Montecito.

It has been filmed by security cameras and neighbours have had chickens attacked and rubbish bins raided.

The black bear is believed to have a den in a nearby ranch, which was disturbed when it was sold recently.

Experts say it is looking for food and poses a serious risk.

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