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MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have rearranged their living room a number of times ahead of video calls, eagle-eyed viewers have noticed.

PUBLISHED: 06:11, Sat, Oct 24, 2020 | UPDATED: 06:32, Sat, Oct 24, 2020

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The couple, who have spoken out a number of issues in recent months, sometimes give fans a glimpse into their Californian home whilst appearing on camera. One thing admirers have noticed is how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex redesign their interior as time goes on.


In one instance, the couple had placed what appeared to be a huge chunk of amethyst in the centre of their mantelpiece.

On other occasions, the background included a candle by Diptyque worth nearly £50.

The Sussexes also appear to change their minds about which books they want to have on show.

The royal couple have rearranged their book collection at least three times, The Sun has claimed.

Harry MeghanPrince Harry and Meghan Markle moved to the US this year (Image: Samir Hussein / WireImage / Getty)

They most recently provided a look into their mansion in Montecito, Santa Barbara, during a video chat with Time100 Talks this week.

Viewers noticed one book on display was Women: The National Geographic Collection, which was placed upright.

It contains many photos providing an insight into the lives of women around the world, with commentary from the likes of Melinda Gates and New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern.

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Harry and MeghanThe Duke and Duchess have given fans an insight into their home during video calls (Image: Michael Bradley / Pool / Getty)

The book stood near to the huge amethyst crystal – a quartz crystal associated with healing powers by some.

On another occasion, when Meghan made a surprise appearance on the final episode on America’s Got Talent, the scene was different.

The mantel was

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