Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have given a rare glimpse inside their gorgeous home office at their sprawling mansion in California.
The Duke, 37, and Duchess of Sussex, 40, have shared a look at their study space at their sprawling Montecito mansion, which is rumoured to have cost $14.65 million, £10.5 million, in August 2020, during video calls.
Prince Harry recently transformed into orange fancy dress as he promoted the Invictus Games that is set to be held in Holland in April.
The sixth in line to the throne was seen speaking with members of the team as he practised his Dutch ahead of the fifth Invictus Games which is set to take place in The Hague, Netherlands, between April 16 and 22.
Harry was seen on a video call in the home office and we could see stunning new additions to the space including a gold telescope and framed black and white painting over the fireplace.
In August Meghan starred alongside Bridesmaids actress Melissa McCarthy in a clip, which was shared on the Archewell website, as she revealed her plans to ask 40 friends to donate 40 minutes of their time to help mentor women going back into the workforce.
Megan was seen chatting on Zoom via her charcoal Apple MacBook as she discussed her upcoming milestone birthday with Melissa.
The couple have a huge oak desk in the centre of the room with two plush cream dining chairs placed in front of a grand stone fireplace. However it appears that the traditional feature is not in use as it has been fitted with two beautiful iron gates.
Meghan and Harry have opted for a neutral colour palette and the desk is accessorised with a stack of her children's book, The Bench, with the Apple MacBook placed on a pile of white hardbacks.
Meghan, who shares children Archie Harrison, two, and Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, nine months, with Harry, has draped an elegant £1,240 Hermes throw over a dining chair which is printed with the letter 'H'.
The former Suits star has also propped a large clear quartz crystal against her copies of The Bench. The crystal is believed to aid concentration and memory and is regarded as the 'master healer'.
Continuing her delicate colour scheme, Meghan has positioned large white roses in a gold vase. The flower signifies new beginnings and also conveys everlasting love.
Despite the couple re-locating to America, Meghan gave a nod to the British tradition of tea and biscuits with a cup and saucer alongside a sweet treat on a matching side plate.
Meghan sipped from her delicate Burleigh Black Regal Peacock collection teacup which is hand-crafted at Middleport Pottery, based in Stoke-on-Trent.
The pretty three-piece collection, which consists of the teacup, saucer and side plate, is decorated with an ornate bird design and is priced at £57.
The royal also has a glass water bottle on her desk to stay hydrated and has a collection of family pictures near her laptop.
Meghan has a large photo along with three black-and-white snaps in a connecting silver frame with one picture appearing to show Prince Harry kissing a newborn baby on the head.
The couple have opted for a coarse, natural carpet in the gorgeous study and have positioned a large fig tree next to the large window which floods the room with natural light.
Meanwhile the fig tree is also the perfect plant for the study as it is said to inspire creative energy while it also represents a woman's womb.
We can also see a large grey dog bowl on the fireplace and a unique oak lamp to add a warm glow over the office space.
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