Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are renowned for keeping their personal life private.
But if it is for the greater good, it seems they're more willing to relax the rules as demonstrated in not one, but two videos the couple have just shared, which reveal a rare glimpse of their new family home in Los Angeles, USA.
Footage from a video call released in line with the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, an organisation led by the Sussex duo, features both Harry and Meghan as they thank participants for their forward-thinking work in digital media.
The Duke and Duchess are seen sitting side by side in a corner of their house which includes a white stone mantel seen in the background along with a tall green house plant.
The pair joined in the conversation with several young leaders who discussed the role of social media and online media, and its power to drive for a greater good.
The video (see in the player at the top of the article) touched on a number of important subjects, while also having some more 'playful' moments, including one in which Prince Harry seems to feel worried about ageing.
"I already feel I am way too old," the Prince joked.
Meghan quickly interjected, telling him, "Stop, we're not that old!"
Harry replied, "But it's true!"
Quite sweetly, fan account @Harry_Meghan_Update pointed out that the Prince seems to have a little chip on his shoulder about growing older because it's not the first time he's referenced it.
In a similar video with young leaders released by the royal couple two months ago, Harry also mentioned that he was beginning to feel the woes of aging.
"I am ageing, right, I am 35 already," he said at the time.
Again, Meghan was ever the comforter: " That's not ageing," she told him.
The Prince reiterated: "It is ageing compared to these guys!"
A glimpse into the home of Harry and Meghan is rare to come by, so it took fans even more by surprise to see the Duchess appear in another video for the When We All Vote virtual couch party on Friday morning.
The event was held to empower women to vote ahead of the US elections this year, with the Duchess featuring as a special guest during the live stream.
Speaking to the camera, Meghan told viewers: "When I think about voting and why this is so exceptionally important for all of us, I would frame it as: we vote to honour those who came before us and protect those who will come after us, because that's what community is all about.
"That's specifically what this election is all about.
"We're only 75 days away from election day, that is so very close and yet there is so much work to be done in that amount of time, because we all know what's at stake this year."