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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reveal unseen feature inside new living room

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's £11.2million house is truly stunning

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have unveiled a previously hidden feature inside their new living room: the prints hanging on the wall behind them.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed a glimpse of the artwork when Meghan made a surprise appearance on America's Got Talent at the end of September. 

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It marked the first time that fans were taken inside the Sussexes' new lounge at their Montecito home, but while other features including a Diptyque candle, a vase of flowers and several coffee table books were visible, the prints could only just about be made out.

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Now, a new video call in which the couple joined the Evening Standard in honour of Black History Month, has given a full view of the decoration.

The prints in question are the work of Barloga Studios, a California-based company that curates one-off pieces including Meghan and Harry's. The couple opted for a trio from the 'Nest Studies' series as seen on site, with prices starting at £46.54 ($60).

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Meghan and Harry's wall prints come from Barloga Studios

Harry and Meghan have kept theirs frameless, instead held in place on a raised surface on the wall with two black metallic rods and pegs at either side.   

Other furniture in the room includes a cream sofa with black and cream striped cushions, and a wooden unit positioned against one wall, where the Sussexes keep a grey and white striped throw.


Meghan's past appearance in the living room showed a dresser

Meghan's past appearance in the room showed a wooden dresser beneath the trio of prints, holding the candles, books and flowers as mentioned.

It looks as though they have since moved said dresser. Otherwise, there may be a matching sofa and a further trio of Barloga Studios prints on the opposite side of the room, where the dresser is situated and where Meghan chose to film before switching angles with Harry. 

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