Harry and Meghan drop in on unsuspecting Zoom users

Sarah Carty
Features & Style Editor

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been using their quarantine time to involve themselves in video calls left, right and centre. 

And the Sussexes have once again popped up on a Zoom chat, although this time, it was totally unexpected. 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle dropped in on a Zoom call with mental health care workers yesterday. Photo: Rick Neal
It's the first time the former senior royals have been involved in a Zoom call together since quarantine began. Photo: Rick Neal

Giving fans a rare glimpse into their LA home, the much-loved royals showed up on a staff call for Crisis Text Line, a 24/7 helpline in the US, US, Canada and Ireland. 

Staff member Ricky Neal shared a photo on Twitter of the royals on the call, writing: “Still shocked that Meghan and Harry took over our staff meeting yesterday!”

Earlier this week, Prince Harry popped up on BBC's The One Show. Photo: BBC

While Harry and Meghan have been involved in numerous video calls since being quarantined in LA, this is the first time we’ve seen them both together. 

They both looked relaxed on the call, with Meghan wearing a buttoned-down blue shirt and Prince Harry appearing to be wearing a khaki short-sleeved shirt.

On Tuesday, a video emerged of Prince Harry on this third video call of the week, this time for BBC’s The One Show. 

In April, Meghan video chatted with members of the Hubb Community Kitchen. Photo: The Hubb Community Kitchen

Harry spoke with the families of WWII survivors who were badly injured during combat, while also addressing how groups like The Guinea Pig Club and the CASEVAC Club can offer help for war heroes. 

On Monday, Prince Harry praised the "resilience" of young people amid the coronavirus pandemic in a video message for  the charitable organisation OnSide.

And on Sunday, On Sunday, Harry shared a video on Twitter to mark what would have been the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games at The Hague in the Netherlands, which has been postponed until 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Last week, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released a video of the duchess reading to their son, Archie, as they marked his first birthday.

In April, Meghan was spotted on a Zoom call with members of the Hubb Community Kitchen, an organisation that was close to Meghan’s heart when she was working as a senior member of the royal family. 

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