Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have appeared in a new picture shared online the day before Thanksgiving – a holiday which they are understood to be celebrating at their California home with their two children.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex posed for the photo with poet Amanda Gorman, who featured on the most recent episode of Meghan’s Archetypes podcast.
The 24-year-old, whose award-winning work focuses on feminism, oppression, race and marginalisation, posted the snap of the trio to her Instagram account on Wednesday.
“Beyond thrilled to have had the honour of speaking with The Duchess on her podcast, Archetypes, where we discussed the power that women possess as changemakers,” she captioned the post.
“Thank you so much for having me!”
The photo, which was taken in a garden at the front of a home covered in ivy, shows Ms Gorman with her arms wrapped around the royals as they all smile.
The former Suits actress wore a beige cashmere shrug, paired with jeans, a brown belt and a gold emerald necklace.
Prince Harry donned an unbuttoned navy polo shirt with a necklace tucked underneath.
In this week’s episode of the hit Spotify podcast, the mother-of-two made a surprise visit to her old school in Los Angeles, Immaculate Heart.
She began the latest instalment wandering the halls of the private school that she attended from 12 to 17.
“Oh, my gosh, how funny. My locker was right over here. I was somewhere smack in the middle” she said.
The 41-year-old said she wanted to “revisit” the place that was “a large piece of my origin story”.
The Duchess also chatted to three of this year’s graduates – Abigail, Diana, and Grace – about the labels that are thrown around by teens today compared to 25 years ago.
Meghan asked the trio about the “dumb blonde” and “bimbo” stereotypes, which she addressed in a recent episode of Archetypes with socialite and businesswoman Paris Hilton.
One replied she had never heard of the term “bimbo” except for on TikTok.
“She’s only ever heard the word on TikTok? I mean, talk about aging myself,” the Duchess of Sussex commented.
“This idea of the bimbo and dumb blonde, this was something that I grew up seeing all the time. And here we go they hadn’t.”