Meghan may only appear in the trailer for husband Harry’s new mental health series The Me You Can’t See for a moment – but the shirt she wears speaks volumes.
Meghan is seen smiling and standing behind Harry as he works at his laptop inside their California home wearing a T-shirt that proclaims “Raising the Future” – presumably one that embraces getting help for mental health struggles as a strength, as spoken about in the trailer. The clip was recorded sometime in 2020, before Meghan was pregnant with their daughter.
Meghan is mom to two-year old Archie who is also briefly shown in the trailer on Meghan’s lap from the clip the Sussexes released for his first birthday in 2020. The couple, along with Archie, will be welcoming their second child, a girl, sometime this summer.
In the short clip, Meghan tucks her T-shirt into belted black pants and dons her Lorraine Schwartz earrings.
The Me You Can’t See – featuring not just Harry but also Oprah Winfrey, Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, and others discussing mental health. The docu-series will premiere Friday, May 21st on Apple TV+.
Watch the teaser trailer for the series below —
Now a quick look at what Meghan wore in her cameo appearance.
Meghan is wearing a t-shirt from London-based lifestyle brand, Mère Soeur, the ‘Raising Our Future’ tee in white with black lettering, £27 ($38 at today’s exchange rate). The brand offers worldwide shipping.
UPDATE 5/19: Mère Soeur confirmed with us this morning that this is not the first time Meghan has been seen with a piece from their collection. In September 2019, during the couple’s visit to South Africa, Meghan is seen
receiving donating a Mère Soeur ‘The Future’ baby vest or onesie, £15 ($21), at her Mother2Mother solo engagement (more from our post here.). The Duchess originally received the baby onesie from Carrie Roberts, owner of Mère Soeur, as a baby gift for Archie.
Meghan in South Africa, September 2019. credit: Splash News / UK in South Africa / Mère Soeur
Below, Mère Soeur Instagram post about the baby vest.
The Duchess is also wearing what appears to be her Lorraine Schwartz earrings which we first saw at Trooping the Color, June 2019. We’re thinking the earrings are a custom made piece much like the emerald cut diamond ring the jewelry designer created for Meghan from a wedding gift the couple received.
The earrings are shown below in photos from June 2019.
Meghan’s black pants and belt have not yet been confirmed. We will continue to update the post if we find out more information.