Meghan looked stylish in a simple £ 2,000 Alexander McQueen suit which she wore to the Endeavor Fund Awards in February 2018.
Her only other accessory was a £ 5,000 Cartier ‘Love’ bracelet that complimented her twin-back look.
While Harry, 35, wore a simple white shirt and suit while smiling directly at the camera.
The couple’s conversation with famous friends is about the Time100 talks which air on Tuesday.
The special episode will focus on ‘Making a Better World’ and ‘Building Trustworthy, Safer, and Fairer Online Communities – and what it means to support and accelerate progress on critical issues such as equity between gender, racial justice and climate change ”. .
The couple will be chatting with Reddit co-founder and 776 founder Alexis Ohanian, the husband of Meghan’s friend Serena Williams.
They will also speak to Rappler CEO and Editor-in-Chief, Maria Ressa and Co-Director of the UCLA Center for Critical Internet Investigation Safiya Noble.
It’s a subject close to Meghan’s heart as the former actress recently opened up about mental health over ‘insurvable’ and ‘damaging’ trolling online.
She said: “I am told that in 2019 I was the most trolled person in the world, male or female.
“But what could be made and produced is almost insurvable. I don’t care whether you’re 15 or 25 – if people say things that aren’t true about you, what it does to your mental and emotional health is so damaging. ”
This is the last event the couple attended and last month a list of requests for speeches was leaked.
The Telegraph revealed the four-page ‘Virtual Event Request Form’, in which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex outline their rules – including having the final say on who presents them.
As part of the stipulations, the fees must be paid in advance, they must have seen the full audience list, and the couple ask to be advised whether to wear “business or casual” attire.
TIME editor and CEO Edward Felsenthal said the next show was supposed to focus on solutions and visions for a better future.
He said: “This special episode marks our first collaboration, and we are delighted to partner with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to explore these pressing issues. “
Dan Macsai, Editor-in-Chief of TIME and Editorial Director of TIME100, added: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, both TIME100 alumni, are among the most influential voices in the world.
“We look forward to working with them to raise critical voices and highlight real solutions to some of the most pressing problems of our time. “