There's very little we know about Duchess Meghan's life behind closed doors, but there is one thing we do know now – she loves watching America's Got Talent.
Well, at least that much seems clear given her latest surprise appearance.
On Wednesday evening during an episode of popular US reality show America's Got Talent, the Duchess of Sussex popped up very unexpectedly on-screen after one particularly stirring performance.
The show this year has seen contestant Archie Williams soar, the extent of which goes a lot deeper than his performing talent.
Indeed the gutsy Los Angeles singer was wrongfully imprisoned for 36 years, and was exonerated in March 2019.
Now, he's turned his story into one of incredible success as he takes the AGT stage by storm.
And he's garnered quite the fan base for himself.
Indeed it seems Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are big fans of the singer, with Meghan even going so far as to send a special message to Archie after his performance.
Sitting in a spacious room in her new Santa Barbara home, Megahan told him: "We have been cheering you on every week, and it's not just because we're partial to the name."
She continued: "Archie we are proud of you, we're rooting for you, we can't wait to see what you do, and we're in your corner."
In the clip, Meghan wore a chic camel-coloured shirt with her hair pulled back into a loose up-do.
She also wore leather-look trousers to finish the ensemble – yet another fashion slam dunk from the Duchess.
Like her outfit, the interior décor in the background of the shot looks just as chic.
A vase of greenery is seen behind her, along with a candle from cult brand Diptyque and a pile of books, including The Black Godfather and large hardback, Women.
A set of three artworks also line the wall behind her.
This is the second appearance made by the Duchess in the last 24 hours – yesterday, she and Prince Harry appeared in TIME magazine's historic 100 Most Influential People live broadcast.
In the short clip, the Duke and Duchess made a rare political statement, urging people to vote, and why the feat was more important than ever this year.
"Every four years, we're told, 'This is the most important election of our lifetime.' But this one is. When we vote, our values are put into action, and our voices are heard."
Harry also put in his two cents, telling watchers that while he himself would be unable to vote, and had also never been able to vote in the UK given his royal status, this election was more important than ever.
"This election, I'm not going to be able to vote in the US, and many of you may not know that I haven't been able to vote in the UK my entire life," he said.
"As we approach this November, it's vital we reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity."