Meghan Markle and Prince Harry just offered another glimpse into the living room of their California home while appearing on TIME100 Talks this week, and it looks like the royal couple just made an impressive upgrade to their elegant decor.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex talk about how they are doing during the pandemic and the importance of checking in on one another.— TIME (@TIME) October 20, 2020
?When people ask, ?how are you?? I sense it?s a case of, ?really, how are you??? Prince Harry says #TIME100Talks pic.twitter.com/TLG8BzSohU
As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex discuss how they've been doing throughout quarantine, it's hard to miss the large, decorative geode (a never-before-seen piece) that sits right behind Harry's right shoulder in the video. The eye-catching rock, which appears to be custom-made, incorporates nature and adds a touch of color to the room's neutral tones.
Right beside the new addition is a small golden vase with a plant (also new!), along with a collection of Markle's books. And as seen in previous appearances, the spacious living room includes three unique pieces of artwork and a neutral-tone couch with patterned cushions.
Eagle-eyed fans may notice that the decor set-up is quite different compared to what we've seen in the past, since the room featured candles, two large stacks of books and a completely different plant during her surprise virtual appearance on America’s Got Talent. Additionally, while chatting with Fortune for the Most Powerful Women Summit in September, the living room went through yet another change with the addition of a small, colorful flower arrangement in a blue vase. Looks like Markle is a total pro when it comes to switching up her decor.
During their chat with TIME CEO and Editor-in-Chief Edward Felsenthal, the duchess opened up about how she and Harry have been handling the pandemic. She said, "All things considered, everyone is grappling with a different version of the same thing. And as for us, we are just trying to embrace all of the quality time we get with our son right now, and to not miss a single moment of his growth and development."