Saturday, 28 Nov 2020

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s book collection keeps moving around lush US pad

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have rearranged their book collection three times over the past month, suggesting they can't decide where to put them.

Yesterday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex hosted a special edition of TIME100 Talks about the 'state of our digital experience' from their $14million Santa Barbara mansion.

When the pair appeared on screen, it looked as if they had moved their book collection strategically, so they were visible in the background.

The Daily Mail reports that certain titles were given a prominent limelight.

They also showcased a new addition to their home decor, a giant crystal, which could be seen behind the couple beside a floral display.

The books, including Women: National Geographic Image Collection and The Black Godfather, were first seen lying horizontally on the shelf behind Meghan when she made an appearance on America's Got Talent last month.

The books had moved to a side table beside Prince Harry, 36, when the pair tuned into a discussion with activist Malala Yousafzai last week.

Yesterday, the books moved again to the side table behind the couple's sofa, and were positioned vertically for maximum impact while they spoke with a number of guests around the topic of 'Engineering a Better World'.

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Meghan, 39, and Harry positioned a large crystal, believed to be an amethyst and a variety of quartz, reported to have healing properties and a set of candles on the table.

Women: National Geographic Image Collection, the book arguably the most eye-catching in the background, is described as a 'powerful photography collection, drawn from the celebrated National Geographic archive'.

It highlights the lives of women from around the globe, with interviews and portraits of some of Harry and Meghan's closest friends, including Oprah Winfrey and activist Jane Goodall.

Another book in the pile is the interior design hardback, Wood and Iron: Industrial Interiors, a guide to homeowners wanting to decorate in a distinctive style.

The Black Godfather is from the 2019 documentary Reginald Hudlin which depicts the story of Clarence Avant, music executive, told by the people he worked with.

He is known as "the godfather of black music" and very famous in the industry.

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