Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, 36, can be seen chatting to Oprah after CBS released a teaser of the pre-recorded interview, that is set to air on March 7. The couple both looked smart as they sat together holding hands.
For the occasion, Meghan went for a £3,300 Giorgio Armani dress, with her hair pulled back and smokey eye makeup.
The Duchess went for the ‘long triple silk georgette dress’, which featured a deep neckline with floral embroidery.
The description of the dress reads: “This triple silk georgette dress is sensuous with a subtle, refined twist.
“Its value and prestige are increased by the large quantity of fabric used. The style features a deep front neckline, frontal foliage embroidery and matching belt.”
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The ethical brand is another staple in Meghan’s collection and she has a variety of earrings, bracelets and necklaces from the brand.
Meghan’s small gold necklace retails for around £1,500, while prices for the Cartier Love bracelet start at £5,000.
The former actress pulled her hair back into a low bun with a middle parting.
Two bits of hair left out of the hairstyle fell round the front of Meghan’s face in a slight wave.
Meghan also made a brief appearance on James Corden’s American chat show, The Late Late Show last week after he called her while with Prince Harry on a tour of LA.
The Duchess opted for a more affordable dress for the appearance, wearing a £22 blue dress from LA based company Velvet Torch.
The denim blue colour dress featured short sleeves in an off-the-shoulder style with a rounded neckline and fitted bodice.
It was sold out the following day and the company announced that it would be back in stock as soon as possible.
The brand is a family-owned company that is known for their “easy fit styles that customers can wear with confidence”.