The Duchess of Sussex can add another title to her list of accolades: magazine editor.
Duchess Meghan guest edited the September issue of British Vogue, the royal family announced Sunday. The edition's theme is "Forces for Change" and is all about fearless changemakers.
The magazine's editor in chief, Edward Enninful shared how the issue came together with "Good Morning America."
“I received a text that said, ‘Would you consider me guest-editing an issue?’" recalled Enninful. "And, it took me all of one second to say, ‘yes.’ "
He said he worked "side-by-side" with Duchess Meghan for the issue, describing the royal as "very involved."
"She was involved in the choice of photographers, the choice of subjects, from the front of the book right to the end so all across," Enninful said. "And she did this when she was pregnant, through when she had her baby and after she had the baby. She was there, present, all the way.
“She’s very happy with the work she’s done,” he added. “We mulled through for seven months, and she’s very happy. That’s what she said to me this morning.”
Readers can expect a conversation between Duchess Meghan and Michelle Obama, plus Prince Harry interviewing Dr. Jane Goodall. The cover features 15 famous women, including actresses and activists Jane Fonda, Salma Hayek, Jameela Jamil, Yara Shahidi, Laverne Cox and Gemma Chan.
The duchess said in a statement that she's excited to utilize one of the world's biggest fashion outlets to highlight "the values, causes and people making impact in the world today."
"I hope you'll feel the strength of the collective in the diverse selection of women chosen for the cover as well as the team of support I called upon within the issue to help bring this to light," she added. "I hope readers feel as inspired as I do by the 'Forces for Change' they'll find within these pages."
For cover photographer Peter Lindbergh, the cover photoshoots in New York, London and Sweden were an opportunity to showcase natural beauty. He recalled talking to the Duchess on the phone when he was preparing to shoot some of the subjects in New York.
“My instructions from the Duchess were clear: ‘I want to see freckles!’”he told British Vogue. “Well, that was like running through open doors for me. I love freckles.”
The September issue for fashion magazines is a major deal: It's a yearly doctrine of all the major fashion trends to look out for in the fall and winter, and covers usually feature high-profile and otherwise tough-to-book celebrities and fashion icons. In recent years, the issues have also become platforms for tastemakers to make powerful social statements.
A proud moment: Black women command the covers of 2018 September issues
Last year, Beyoncé chose 23-year-old photographer Tyler Mitchell to shoot her American Vogue cover, making him the first black cover photographer in the magazine's 126-year history. And in an unprecedented move, almost all of the 2018 cover stars on mainstream fashion magazines, including Vogue, Glamour and Elle, were black, including Rihanna, Naomi Campbell, Tracee Ellis Ross, Tiffany Haddish and Lupita Nyong'o.
The September issue of British Vogue hits newsstands Aug. 2.
Contributing: Anika Reed
Royalty meets royalty: Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan, Beyonce and Jay-Z meet at 'The Lion King'
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Meghan Markle: Vogue editor dishes on working with royal on magazine