A barely-visible feature in Meghan Markle’s new virtual call proves herself and Prince Harry are loving life in California, according to royal expert Omid Scobie.
The Sussexes moved to their new home into the ritzy Montecito neighbourhood in June, having lived for several months in Tyler Perry's mansion in Los Angeles.
Meghan gave a glimpse of her new mansion when she spoke to the charity Smart Works to celebrate the first anniversary of her own workwear collection – Smart Set.
A stunning fireplace was seen behind her as well as a window which gave a small look into the green surroundings they now live in.
But eagle-eyed viewers also noticed a portrait which featured artwork from the cover of the sheet music for “I Love You, California” – the regional anthem of the US state.
And, speaking on his podcast HeirPod, Omid said this was significant.
“The couple clearly picked a place that they love and are obviously very happy there,” he said.
“It’s nice to see these little signs, as well as the work they do and supporting local organisations, they clearly feel very welcome in California.”
Omid, who co-authored new Meghan and Harry biography Finding Freedom, mirrors how they decorated Frogmore Cottage.
“I remember one thing from when they were decorating Frogmore Cottage is that a source had told me they love a mix of high and lo,” he said.
“So a lot of their artwork was actually prints and posters that they had had framed or professionally mounted.
“This is a sign of that. They may have moved into a stunning, insanely expensive home, but there’s still that mix of low and high which I think makes it more accessible.”
It comes after Omid revealed why Meghan was in floods of tears before she went to Westminster Abbey for her final engagement as a working royal.
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