Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Wall Art Confirms Their Love For California

Emilee Geist

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are not feeling homesick for the U.K. just yet, at least judging by their taste in wall art. During a recent Zoom call in celebration of the one-year anniversary of Markle’s workwear capsule collection launched in partnership with her patronage Smart Works, fans spotted a […]

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are not feeling homesick for the U.K. just yet, at least judging by their taste in wall art.

During a recent Zoom call in celebration of the one-year anniversary of Markle’s workwear capsule collection launched in partnership with her patronage Smart Works, fans spotted a new work of art sitting on the mantle behind the Duchess of Sussex. This wall art is, in fact, the sheet music cover for California’s official state anthem “I Love You, California,” which features an illustration of a California grizzly bear hugging the state.

The framers of this vintage print, Nicholas and Riley, shared their enthusiasm over the revelation of their royal customers on Instagram, writing, “Hi All! I am taking over my Dads IG for this one post. Recently the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, a.k.a. Harry and Meghan, got their royal hands on one of my Dads framed I love you California’s. He doesn’t think it’s a big deal but it is. A lot of famous people have his work but this one is different, they’re royalty! Plus they’re the super cute and fun ones.”

The royals new art is also guaranteed to look gorgeous next to any of the paint swatches the couple has been testing out on the walls of their new $14.7 million Santa Barbara mansion.

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