For years, Meghan Markle has garnered fans for her effortlessly elegant yet approachable personal style, mixing aspirational designer pieces and affordable favorites with aplomb. So, of course, we'd expect nothing less than for that aesthetic to carry over into her home decor too.
With the rise of video calls and remote appearances in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we've gotten the chance to take a peek inside the homes of plenty of our favorite celebrities, and the Duchess of Sussex is no exception. On a recent surprise video appearance on the reality competition America's Got Talent, Meghan not only sent her well-wishes to singer Archie Williams, she also gave her fans a little look into her flawlessly decorated house.
Amongst her collection of books, abstract art, and summery hydrangea blooms, Meghan also showed off her love of candles—and one, in particular. Placed prominently on the table behind the Duchess in the video, sharp-eyed fans noticed the distinctive black and white label of a Diptyque Tubereuse candle.
A longtime favorite of celebrities, designers, and home scent lovers alike, this isn't the first time the Parisian perfumer has earned Meghan's nod of approval. In fact, she and Prince Harry chose a selection of fragrances from Diptyque's collection to scent their spaces as they got ready on their wedding day in 2018 as well as to perfume St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, where the wedding ceremony took place.
Luckily for fans, Diptyque's Tubereuse candles are also readily available, so living like a royal is easier than ever.
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