The Duchess of Sussex recently shared a candid interview with The Cut in which she discussed her new life in Los Angeles following her departure from the UK.
In a thorough interview with Allison P. Davis for the New York Times website devoted to women’s issues, Meghan provided details about her residence, Archie’s school, and the possibility that she might restart her Instagram account.
The interview’s supplemental images were nothing short of breathtaking. The photographs showed Meghan, 41, dressed in a variety of immaculate, well-cut, timeless outfits that perfectly encapsulated her carefree, Californian aesthetic.
Here at HELLO!, the cover image really spoke to us. The “Colorblock Tulle Dress,” a black dress by Tory Burch from the company’s Resort 2023 Collection, was worn by Meghan. Meghan accessorized with Lanvin earrings and a sleek bun while wearing a dress with a high neckline.
We couldn’t help but notice that Prince Harry’s wife opted for a similar outfit that closely resembled that of her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, who appeared on the cover of Andrew Morton’s book “Diana: Her True Story – In Her Own Words.” The book’s cover, which Patrick Demarchelier took in 1992, also featured a black, roll-neck top on the former wife of Prince Charles; the design was identical to Meghan Markle’s most recent photo shoot.
The Duchess also opened up in the interview about her search for the ideal Los Angeles home, her 41st birthday celebrations in early August, and the development of her two children, Archie Harrison and Lilibet Diana.
Many updates on how Harry and Meghan are raising their children are given during the interview, including the value of instilling manners in them, educating Archie about homelessness, and how the three-year-old brings “a week’s worth of freshly picked fruit for his fellow classmates.” Cute!