The video call showed the couple in front of a stone fireplace, while on the wall behind them was an artwork of a bear hugging the state of California, created by Etsy seller Nicholas and Riley and inspired by Francis Silverwood's "I Love You, California." Recently, local artists used the bear image to raise funds for wildfire relief in the state.
The family of the makers of the print shared their enthusiasm on Instagram, writing, “Hi All! I am taking over my Dads IG for this one post. Recently the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, a.k.a. Harry and Meghan, got their royal hands on one of my Dads framed I love you California’s. He doesn’t think it’s a big deal but it is. A lot of famous people have his work but this one is different, they’re royalty! Plus they’re the super cute and fun ones.”
The print is now exclusively available at Big Daddy's Antiques and retails for $1,295.
It's not the first time the couple has shared a sneak peek inside their Beverly Hills home. Last year, Harry and Meghan surprised Crisis Text Line staff by joining one of their Zoom meetings and, luckily for us, volunteer Ricky Neal shared a photo of the meeting on social media.
"It’s not every day that Meghan and Harry jump into your work meeting and champion the work you do! Blessed to still be working during these crazy times! [sic]," he wrote.
Thanks to Ricky’s photo, behind Harry and Meghan you can see a glimpse of the decor in their current home—and while its much darker than the room we saw in the Get Lit session, the pair's artwork and decor are equally as chic.
The pair also recently revealed (accidentally) that they were redecorating their California home last year, while Harry surprised Invictus Games athletes on Zoom.
The organisation posted a video from the call, with viewers noticing two large square dark navy and light grey swatches on the wall just behind the royal's left shoulder.
We wonder which colour they went for?