Days before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's primetime interview with Oprah Winfrey aired, preview photos revealing the Duchess of Sussex's look for the occasion—an Armani gown, Princess Diana's tennis bracelet, a Pippa Small necklace, and black heels—had been released. But when the broadcast aired, royal watchers were delighted to discover that it wasn't the only outfit Meghan had worn.
The day after Oprah and the Sussexes recorded their sit-down interview in a friend's backyard, the royal couple welcomed the media mogul into their own. Harry and Meghan showed her around their chicken coop, which was filled with hens that they'd rescued from a factory farm—and a small, barn-like structure with a sign that read "Archie's Chick Inn." This time, the duo were dressed much more casually, with Meghan sporting a J.Crew jacket (which is currently on sale!), white button-down, jeans, and Hunter boots. She finished off the look with a gold necklace, which had an "A" pendant (yes, "A" for Archie).
While in the coop, Oprah asked Meghan what she was excited about in her new, post-royal life. "Just being able to live authentically... it's so basic but it's really fulfilling," she said.
The Duchess then went on to reveal a surprising detail about their royal wedding: that three days prior to the official ceremony, the couple held an unofficial one of their own, asking the Archbishop of Canterbury to preside as they said their vows in private. "You know our wedding—three days before our wedding, we got married. No one knows that. We called the Archbishop and we just said, look, this thing, this spectacle is for the world. But we want our union between us, so the vows that we have framed in our room are just the two of us in our backyard with the Archbishop of Canterbury."