Meghan Markle and Harry share their true feelings about life in California in subtle detail | Royal | News

Meghan Markle and Harry share their true feelings about life in California in subtle detail | Royal | News

On a recent call from Zoom to celebrate the first anniversary of her sponsorship of Smart Works in the UK, Megan sat in front of a framed black and white print that many viewers saw as a sign of her love for her homeland. The image, which can be seen lying on a stone mantle, is the music cover for the California state anthem, “I Love You, California.”

A California grizzly bear can be seen catching California – where Megan was born and raised.

The song’s lyrics focus on a deep love for the coastal state.

The song begins: “I love you, California, you are the greatest state ever / I love you in winter, summer, spring, and in autumn / I love your fertile valleys;

The Duchess of Sussex smiled in front of the camera as she sat comfortably in her new mansion in sunny condition.

The house plant can be seen in a bright room overlooking a garden.

Megan and Harry moved to Santa Barbara earlier in the summer with their one-year-old son Archie.

They have been staying in the Los Angeles area since mid-March.

The cost of the couple’s new home in Montecito is estimated to be around £ 11 million.

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When Harry and his American-born wife feel in a cold mood, they can relax in a separate wet and dry sauna.

The house is also equipped with an elevator that takes guests from one floor to another.

The mansion is separated from a guest house with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

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Megan launched her capsule collection with Smart Works in London last September.

The event at John Lewis’ flagship store on Oxford Street saw her official return from maternity leave.

The child’s mother teamed up with model Misha Nono to bring the collection known as Smart Set to stores.

Megan helped design a set of workwear essentials for women.

Whenever shoppers purchase an item, the same piece is donated to Smart Works.

The UK-based group aims to help women return to the workplace by offering them training and corresponding clothing.

The organization said Meghan’s offer of help shows her “commitment to helping people in need across the UK”.

Megan has visited the centers on a number of occasions, providing advice to women preparing for interviews.

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