'Beautiful!' Meghan beams in new behind-the-scenes photo from recording of latest podcast

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Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has appeared in a new candid photo with one of her podcast guests. Comedian Ziwe Fumudoh, the most recent guest on her ‘Archetypes’ podcast, posted a beaming snap on Twitter of the two from behind the scenes. She posted the photo while asking: “What archetypes do you think Meghan Markle and I represent?”

The post received rave reviews from the Duchess’ fans, who hailed the post with a barrage of positive comments. 

One user, @andrews_ange, said they were “beautiful, intelligent, articulate” adding they “really enjoyed the episode!”.

Another, @Mrs_K_Suleiman, added: “You set the bar high, you two…Loved it.”

Other users praised Ms Fumudoh’s participation in the episode, which Spotify released this morning. 

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Twitter user @vmaclive said they were “sorry to say” that they weren’t “familiar with you before this podcast session”.

But, they added: “I’m glad I listened because now I’m a fan. I need watch a few of your shows. It sounds like you are speaking the TRUTH.”

And @DianneWilliam14 commented: “I would place the two of you within the 14 Character Archetypes: Leader, Warrior and Rebel!!!! Great Podcast!!!!” 

The photo showed both celebrities clad in black, with the Duchess donning an expensive designer outfit. 

She wore a monochrome outfit combining a pair of leather trousers with a turtleneck jumper. 

The trousers, worth approximately £975, reportedly came from American designer label Anine Bing.

Comedian Ms Fumudoh wore paired a silk blouse with a black blazer. 

While they appeared stylish in their behind-the-scenes photos, the pair spent the podcast off camera. 

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The royal said: “I’m particular, I think a high tide raises all ships, we’re all going to succeed so let’s make sure it’s really great because it’s a shared success for everybody.

“But I also find myself cowering and tiptoeing into a room and – the thing I find most embarrassing – when you’re saying a sentence and the intonation goes up, like it’s a question.”

She added: “And you’re like, ”oh my God, stop stop, like whispering and tiptoeing around it. Just say what it is that you need.

“You’re allowed to set a boundary. You’re allowed to be clear, it doesn’t make you demanding. It doesn’t make you difficult, it makes you clear.”



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