The royals are lucky enough to claim some of the most stunning properties and castles in the world, but it is unfortunately difficult to get a peek inside many of them. And while Meghan Markle might now be staying in a normal residence, it’s still as concealed from view—until, that’s when the Duchess of Sussex gave the public a snapshot of her room in September, showing off a stone fireplace, a fiddle leaf fig tree (royals! They’re just like us and a Markle-approved print that you can certainly replicate in your own home.
The picture of her house was taken with a video call from Markle, who joined the organization Smart Works to celebrate the first anniversary of the launch of her capsule collection with the charity, the Smart Set. The duchess, in a trendy white blazer and a signature low ponytail, stood right in front of a comfortable fireplace and a sloping window, showing that her style of decoration is just as elegant and minimal as that of her wardrobe.
The true star of the scene, though, may have been the artwork sitting on Markle’s mantle, which gave audiences more of a snapshot of the true style and personality of the duchess. The piece in question was a print of a sheet music cover from California’s official state hit, “I Love You, California,” no doubt a reference to her birthplace because she was from the state.
Prince Harry and Markle were said to have bought their Santa Barbara home earlier this year in June. And while it was estimated to have sold for a cool $14.65 million, you can still replicate a little bit of a couple’s simple casual Cali style with similar retro prints to the one in their own home by shopping the items below.
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