But it looks as though royals fan will, for the first time, get a glimpse into the home the couple share with their baby son Archie, as the Duchess reportedly prepares for an imporant photo shoot.
According to The Sun, Meghan will open the doors of Frogmore Cottage (opens in new tab) for a photoshoot with British Vogue, as part of a wider piece on one of her number one passions; women's empowerment issues.
Alongside the pictures of her and her newly-refurbished home, Meghan will reportedly pen a piece on the causes she is so keen to shine a spotlight on.
But, in disappointing news for some fans, none of the pictures will feature Prince Harry or baby Archie, with Meghan keen to focus solely on her causes.
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A source has said, "Meghan is going to write a piece on causes such as female empowerment and women’s education.
"This is nothing to do with Archie, or family, or home life. It’s purely on women’s empowerment."
Apparently, the Duchess of Sussex has been in direct contact with Vogue's editor, Edward Enninful, to arrange the exclusive piece.
The piece is likely to feature in the magazine's prestigious September issue, and reportedly Meghan has said she does not want to feature on the cover.
The Vogue shoot means that Meghan is following in the footsteps of many other members of the royal family who have made their way into the world of magazine journalism.
Most recently, Prince Charles helped to guest edit Country Life's November issue, which included articles about his homes Clarence House and Highgrove.
Back in 2016, the Duchess of Cambridge also posed for the front cover of British Vogue's centenary issue, with the images taken in the Norfolk countryside that Catherine loves so much.
We can't wait to see Meghan's pictures!
Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.
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