LOCKDOWN means we've spent more time at home than ever before - and we don't know about you, but we've been getting a little tired of our surrounding.
And just because Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are two of the most famous people on the planet, that doesn't mean they don't get bored of their own interiors too.Meghan Markle and Prince Harry gave fans another glimpse of their living room last nightCredit: AP:Associated Press
Over the past month, the couple have re-arranged their "woke" book collection three times for various different virtual engagements.
While presenting Time100 Talks web chat yesterday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex treated fans to another glimpse of the living room in their £11m Montecito mansion.
For the occasion, Meghan replaced a £47 Diptyque candle - which was visible in her America's Got Talent appearance - with an enormous amethyst crystal.
Crystal healers believe amethysts relieve stress and anxiety while also helping to manage mood swings.Meghan's 'woke' coffee table books were on full view during her virtual appearance on America's Got TalentCredit: refer to caption
However, the former Suits actress kept the book Women: The National Geographic Collection proudly on display - but instead had it perched upright next to another candle instead of stacked on its side.
Women featured in the book include Prince Harry’s close acquaintance and primatologist Jane Goodall, as well as Meghan’s close personal friend Oprah Winfrey.
Earlier this month, the couple took part in a video call with activist Malala Yousafzai for International Day of the Girl.
For this discussion, Meghan and Harry perched on the edge of their grey sofa and gave a clear view of their side table.Meghan moved her coffee table books to a side table for a chat with MalalaCredit: Malala Fund
Again, the National Geographic's Women book took pride of place and had been moved to the side table from the area behind the sofa.
Meghan also stacked the Humans of New York coffee table book on top of it before finishing off her carefully stylised living room with a vase full of autumnal flowers.
Above the sofa, the Duchess has a trio of canvases each featuring illustrations of a nest which represent represent stability and family in Feng Shui.
During the TIME100 talks, Meghan and Harry said they are "embracing every moment" with their one-year-old son Archie at their new £11m home.
The Duchess said: "We are trying to embrace all the quality time we get with our son and embrace every moment of his growth and development."
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