Duchess Meghan is set to give a rare televised interview on Good Morning America - the first she's given since stepping back as a senior royal family member.
The 38-year-old moved from Vancouver Island to Los Angeles in March, where she is currently residing in isolation with husband Prince Harry and their 11-month-old son Archie.
And while many might have feared we'd be seeing less of the royals as they formally stepped back from their senior roles, it seems they're showing an entirely different side to their lives - now, more than ever.
The Duchess' interview, which is set to air on Monday, April 20 in the US, will discuss her first film project - a Disney documentary Elephant, which she narrated.
In a preview clip shared by Good Morning America, Meghan is seen during the interview wearing a plain white shirt and her hair loose as a voice over states: "Meghan Markle with an exclusive first look at the Disney documentary Elephant."
While anticipation for the interview is undeniably high, don't expect any dramatic confessions from the Duchess - it appears the interview was pre-recorded late last year and will mainly discuss the film.
But telling or not, any glimpse of Meghan is exciting in itself - which is why when new pictures of her and husband Harry handing out food parcels in LA surfaced over the weekend, fans were quite rightly over the moon.
In the images obtained by HELLO!, (which you can view here) Meghan is seen wearing a casual ensemble consisting loose khaki trousers by James Perse, a dark long-sleeved crew neck top from Lavender Hill and some oh-so-cool Adidas white sneakers.
With her hair tied back in a messy bun and wearing a face mask, Meghan wore a cap branded Project Angel, which is a charity she and Harry were working with to deliver food parcels to the needy.
Meghan and Harry have been keeping busy since arriving in Los Angeles - after announcing the name of their new foundation Archewell, the pair have taken part in several special video calls back to the UK with various charities and projects they remain involved with.
On Friday, a clip of Meghan talking to women from the Hubb Community Kitchen via a video call surfaced.
The charitable group of women came together in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy in London. Clearly touched by their intentions, Meghan joined forces with them to create a cookbook, named Together, in 2018.
Proceeds generated from the sales of the book went towards those who had been affected by the fire tragedy.
In the new video call clip, Meghan is seen wearing a casual white shirt as she beams at the women.
"The spirit of the Hubb Community Kitchen has always been one of caring, giving back, and helping those in need, initially in Grenfell and now throughout the UK. A home cooked meal from one neighbour to another, when they need it most, is what community is all about," she told them.