The image has been dubbed the new ‘Fab Four’ replacing a previous image taken of William, Harry, Meghan and Kate in happier times during Christmas in Norfolk in 2018
Meghan and Prince Harry have since left life as working royals behind and relocated to California amid reports of a rift between Harry and William.
The Royal Family, and the Queen before her death, were understood to have become increasingly concerned with Meghan and Harry’s public statements which have become more frequent since their tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.
Meghan’s latest instalment of the Archetypes podcast returns to Spotify on Tuesday, October 4 and could hold more headline-making missiles aimed at the Royal Family after Meghan made explosive claims in earlier episodes.
In her first interview with tennis legend, Serena Williams the Duchess of Sussex said she was forced to carry on a tour of 2019 South Africa despite being left in tears when she discovered her son Archie had narrowly escaped a fire in his bedroom.
Meghan told the Grand Slam-winning star: “We had to leave our baby… and even though we were being moved into another place afterwards, we still had to leave him and go do another official engagement.”
Williams replies: “I couldn’t have done that.”
In the days following the release of the interview Meghan kept the South African theme going in an exclusive interview with The Cut magazine where it reported she appeared to compare herself to Nelson Mandela.
The article said Meghan recounted meeting a male South African at the London premiere of the Lion King live-action film in 2019.
In the piece it said Meghan said: “He looked at me, and he’s just like light. He said, ‘I just need you to know: When you married into this family, we rejoiced in the streets the same we did when Mandela was freed from prison’.”
The new episode of the podcast will feature American comedian and actor Margaret Cho for a discussion on Asian American tropes in the entertainment industry.
Three full episodes of the audio series have been released since its launch on August 23, featuring conversations with veteran tennis player Serena Williams, pop star Mariah Carey most recently with actress and producer Mindy Kaling on September 6.
Meghan and Harry signed a lucrative deal with the audio streaming giant to host and produce podcasts, estimated to be worth around 25 million US dollars (£18 million), in late 2020.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK