Meghan Markle shows off yet another glimpse inside £14m mansion with £550 art prints

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Meghan Markle appeared via video link on Tuesday night. She made the appearance at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit. The Duchess wore a smart shirt of the occasion.

It was a loose fitting pinstripe shirt, which Meghan wore with a gold chain.

She looked stunning as she appeared with a natural hair and make-up look, but behind her was also a number of interesting sights.

She hit out with “fake news” style warnings, saying: “We have got to all put our stock in something that is true, and we need to have reliable media and news sources that are telling us the truth.

“When you know something is wrong, report it, talk about it.”

Behind the Duchess was the interior of her huge home, close to Hollywood, where the Duchess was raised and went to school.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle fiercely guard their private life with their home in with son Archie Harrison.

However, fans can get a glimpse of her interior style via these calls.

Meghan can be seen sat on a large cream sofa.

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Behind her back in a large cream felt cushion with black stitching.

A sidebar sits behind the Duchess, with a large bouquet of flowers on it.

A large orange flower sit in a blue vase, along with two smaller pink flowers.

A large white candle can also be been on the side.

Behind Meghan is a large rustic wooden cabinet, and to the left of her is a large glass vase and tall green grass plant.

Also on her walls can be seen two prints from Californian Barloga Studios.

They are the Nest Studies prints, displayed in leather and steel hangers.

We can learn some of Meghan’s interior style from a book seen on her sideboard in a previous call, Wood And Iron: Industrial Interiors Hardcover.

The blurb of the book reads: “Its nostalgic aesthetic and the sincerity and crudeness of its materials and functionality made it popular in working class neighbourhoods in the United States, giving birth to the loft living concept.

“The advent of new materials and the possibilities for bulk manufacturing gave rise to pieces that have today become icons of modern design.”

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen inside Meghan Markle’s home. 

The video stills revealed huge vase of green hydrangeas.

Next to them sat a £47 candle from expensive brand Diptyque.

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